We are in a day and age, when anything you say, do or even write, comes under intense scrutiny, thanks to netizens who instantly take to their social media accounts to troll them. Well, our favourite celebs often fall prey to this incessant trolling and while most of them may know how to ignore them, there are a few of them who don’t always take them well. Well, recently actor Karan Kundrra, who is known to be dating television host and VJ Anusha Dandekar, admitted to social media trolling causing problems in his relationship with his girlfriend.
In a statement given out to media outlets, Karan said, “I do feel guilty about this because this (trolls) is what she (Anusha) has to wake up to every day. This has led to problems between us. There are issues at my home as well. My mother scolded my sister the other day when my sister tried explaining this to her. It’s not that she believes everything but she has now started reacting to it.” Anusha and Karan have reportedly been dating each other since the last two years. While Karan debuted on television with Kitani Mohabbat Hai, besides featuring in films like Horror story, Mubarakan and the recently released 1921, Anusha Dandekar appeared in the films Mumbai Matinee, Anthony Kaun Hai, Delhi Belly and Viruddh. (ALSO READ : Karan Kundra shuts trolls who slut shamed girlfriend VJ Anusha Dandekar with just one epic line!)
Anusha, on the other hand, told the media, “For me, trolling has increased ten fold. Maybe I lived in a bubble. Since the time I started dating Karan, my life has changed. It has been very difficult for me. Every morning, I read at least 50 hate comments saying you aren’t cultured or aren’t good. I can’t even say the things. Though my Hindi isn’t great, I do understand the things they say in Hindi.” Furthermore, she added that in the past, trollers have told her to break up with Karan. She added, “Trolls want us to break up because they love Kritika (his former girlfriend) and Karan together. They were in a TV show. They looked great. They were everybody’s love.”
(With inputs from IANS)