Actress Saloni Chopra is playing a lead role on MTV’s Girls on Top show. She is a fearless and straightforward woman in real life. Her instagram posts have gone viral recently because she posted some thought-provoking messages along with images.
While many slammed Saloni Chopra for her outrageous frank posts indicating true state of affairs that every woman faces in her daily life in India, many other seemed to have dittoed with her views. Her epic posts on women and femininity on instagram invited a lot of discussion and debate among the netizens across India.
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Whatever Saloni wrote there is a touch of reality. “Do only men have right to fight boxing and wrestling with fully exposed chest while women are even shamed for unintentionally displaying bra strap?, Saloni questioned in one of her recent social media posts.
In another Instagram post she wrote, “I’m tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they’ve to be ashamed of everything. Pads. Tampons. Lingerie. Our body. Our desires. Sex. Let’s put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple @freethenipple”
The bubbly actress also bluntly ranted about how some men give unwanted attention towards women’s bra strap. She quoted that these men talk about global warming and feminism, yet “Bra Strap” arouses them!
Saloni Chopra Slams Beauty Industry
Saloni Chopra didn’t stop there. She also took a dig at beauty industry saying that they constantly make you feel embarrassed about yourself and your capability while they go on to make billions of buck out of your insecurities.
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The beauty industry is a hoax. It's main business is your insecurities. It feeds off of you. Magazines are all about focusing on how you're "not OK" & they can help make you "perfect". It's ridiculous that there are billionaires running businesses out of your body issues. Lowering your self esteem while making you believe that you're somehow getting "better". It's okay to want to look sexy. Of course. I'm horrible at flirting and portraying sex – but that doesn't mean I don't like to try. This photograph for an example was an attempt at one similar thing. To look seductive. I decided I wouldn't cake my face with make up, OR even do up my hair, & try to keep it as natural as I could. Because feeling/portraying sexy is wonderful – but letting someone else decide your sexy – is not. You're sexy when you're comfortable. You're sexy in your wheat skin tone. A pimple can't stop you from being fucking hot. Nor will a bad hair day. You don't have to have the perfect body, the perfect toe nails. That is a load of bulshit that they sell you, just so that you can become insecure enough to then try to fix a problem within you that never existed to begin with. I have a stomach. My fingers aren't "beautiful" in the way they'd say they are. My skin isn't like butter. My hair is frizzy. But LOOK! This photograph is a perfect example of why you mustn't give a shit about what society tries to tell you. Or sell you. You don't need 100 products to look/feel good about yourself. You already look like a cover girl. Don't get lost in the crowd. Before you know it, you'll be lost in the world of Beauty Magazines. Honestly if I had to dedicate my time reading, I'd read things from @berlin.artparasites & @elephantjournal & @chakabars & if I were to be inspired by women, it would be women like @lenadunham @sophiabush & @amy__schumer . Remember that we become what we surround ourselves with. So surround yourself with people that tell you you're beautiful first thing in the morning. Read good literature. Think good thoughts. Learn about life & humanity. THATS Sexy. PC @amit_agarwal25
Coming to beauty products, there is some truth in Saloni’s views. A person is as beautiful as his or her real talents and skills are. A beauty product can cost you money but it can never fetch you a good job or lets you become successful unless you have the right skills, talents, aptitudes, patience and expertise.