Worldwide star and B-town beauty Deepika Padukone, who recently uploaded a black and white photo of herself from the Vanity Fair photoshoot, received a lot of backlash on Instagram for looking too skinny in the photograph clicked by Marcus Ohlsson.
WTF News for the day: Deepika Padukone gets trolled for being too skinny
The monochrome photo features Deepika wearing a black slip and diamond jewellery, but social media is more focused on her weight than anything else. Recently, when she posted a handsome picture from her Vanity Fair magazine photoshoot, she was horribly made fun of by faceless online bullies.More news: Garbine Muguruza vs. Venus Williams - player profiles
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As much as the naive People's Republic of Instagram think Padukone, or any other person that is body shamed, lives to please them and serve their regressive opinions - they, in fact, do not. The same thing has happened with the B-town Deepika Padukone. People will find a reason to criticise you and your body. But we guess that the cover picture did not go well with the common people. She is also blamed of having a lip job, and according to some she looks "tired". People started saying that she is starving herself. Some "health and nutrition experts" told the actress to eat more, while one particularly good samaritan claimed he knew where she lived and would send her some food.More news: President Scowls During French Army's Amazing Daft Punk Tribute
On the professional front, Deepika Padukone is now working on the film "Padmavati".
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