Star couple Ajay Devgn and Kajol are often seen talking about how their kids suffer a lot due to the star status of their parents. Ajay, who’s promoting his upcoming film Total Dhamaal these days, once again talked about how unfair it is for his kids to go through the judgemental eyes of the naysayers on social media. The actor talked to a news agency and said that he and his wife are stars, therefore, he understands they will be scrutinised at some point. However, he said he finds it inappropriate when his kids go through the same level of judgement.
IANS quoted the actor saying, “Judge me but don’t judge my kids. Kajol and I are the actors, judge us…it’s because of us, our children are under the spotlight everytime. Being judgmental about someone is not a good thing. If I start passing judgement on someone, that person would obviously feel bad…so do my children.”
He added that he doesn’t give a lot of attention to the trolls. Ajay said, “Honestly speaking, those people don’t really matter. But I feel bad sometimes when my kids go through such harsh trolling.”
The actor also revealed how his daughter, Nysa has learned to deal with the trolling. He explained, “She used to get upset over trolling earlier, but now she doesn’t care about it anymore. She knows how to deal with it. She has accepted that there will be some people who will keep judging no matter what.”
Ajay also revealed a simple way to tackle trolls. He said, “Avoid it… If you will react, they will react more and this will continue. So better to stop fighting against trollers.”
Meanwhile, Ajay also opened up on how the reactions of various celebrities over Pulwama terror attack have met with strict criticism. He said, “In such a crucial situation, it is better if we become conscious while choosing our words because people are angry and you never know how someone at the opposite end interprets your message or post.”
Ajay added, “One can be misinterpreted anytime and then you can’t sit down and explain to people that what were your real intentions. It’s better if we all become little conscious and don’t react to things immediately. Think twice before writing anything on social media to avoid hurting someone’s sentiments.”