VJ Bani Thrashes Body Shamers with Epic Instagram Pics

In India, there is always a set definition of an ideal boy and ideal girl. A boy is always believed to be more muscular than girls, while girls are perceived to have a slender figure. This type of body shaming is quite known here but Vj Bani has recently condemned these biases.

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Whoa. Hot. Manly. Ew. Ugly. Wow. Beautiful. Wow. Goals. Bae. Wtf. Gross. Respect. Fuck. Hardcore. Be a girl. You're becoming a man.🔥 😍. . A lot of people like to throw these words/ emojis around. Just like they love to throw their opinions in your face, shove them down your throat and then stuff you until you suffocate into a neat little column or box and file you away where you can no longer serve as a threat to their narrow minded, never expanding nor evolving selves. 'They' don't have the patience, the space in those tiny heads that are kept at alarmingly limited capacities by believing all the shit they have been fed. Beliefs of how one is supposed to BE, THINK, BEHAVE and ofcourse LOOK. If you've been following my posts, one thing you'll know for sure is that I'm not necessarily fond of giving a fuck to that particular school of… nonexistantthought. Ha, the irony. Just felt like reminding you beautiful supportive lot that. Don't look for validation from outside of yourselves, don't get into that column and box just to make someone else happy, do what feels right for you, what makes you happy. look within, it's there. All you ever need. Now go forth, give no fucks. If you've been tagged in this post it's because I love you for allowing me to BE me and do what makes me happy and thus live more of what my goal is 🙂 <<ELLE MAG 2016 BEAUTY ISSUE>> #authentic #trueself #happy #beyouDoyou #always #religiousonanotherlevel #nxtlvlsht #nofcksgiven #unlabel #unapologetic #healthy #fitness #inspire #dowhatyoulove

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In an exclusive interview with HT Brunch, VJ Bani said it was her choice to get a strong muscle, biceps and triceps, which she successfully has now. Bani’s strong physique and figure is a result of her hard workouts at the gym. Recalling her past, Bani said that she was even body shamed at MTV Roadies too by her fellow contestants when she was just 18. Even at gyms men and women stared at her with suspicion since she was passionate about fitness.

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She took to instagram posts to reveal how people insulted her physique calling it ‘too muscular’ and ‘too manly’. But Bani refused to give in. Ultimately, she won against all odds as she is a famous TV personality now. Contrarily, her haters are living oblivious life – not even half as much successful as her.

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'Lifting weights will make you look manly'I 'You're not a girly girl if you lift weights' 'I don't lift weights because I just want to 'tone up'' 'Girls should only do cardio, lifting is for guys' 'So what steroids are you on' 'That's way too much muscle.. For a woman' _____________________________________________ All of the above and so much more. I've heard it all. And not once because I actually cared enough to ask, 'hey, what do *you* think of *my* body?'. I never entered the gym because of what people said I 'should/ ought to/ must' look like. I went in there to get strong, to be active, to be healthy, to sweat = to feel better, and more ME. ____________________________________________ I can't remember the last time the thought of 'will this be attractive to so and so' crossed my mind in relation to myself – let alone to me lifting weight. It doesn't happen. I love me so much and that's all that matters, I am so happy (blame all the endorphins) doing what I do day in and out that all else is tuned out. This is something I've gotten better at accepting and allowing day by day. That's why you will always hear people say 'it's not just physical, it's so much more MENTAL' because to get to where you want to go, you have to look within and really be true to yourself and know that yes, this is what I'm about. This is what matters, this puts me in alignment and makes me a more joyful happy productive being. And guess what? You'll end up inspiring and encouraging and being that source for other people along the path too. I don't go around telling people they should eat healthier or lift or try to lose weight, you do you. I'll do me. If someone asks for help I will always do what I can, I recognise the quest – but you need to recognise whether the desire really is there in you or not. Why else do you think we don't see more people walking around with their Tupperware containers looking hench af? Because, if your hearts not in it, no matter how much you try – you'll never get there. Cold hard honest truth. Just like cold hard iron, work and discipline. Just wanted to share that with y'all fam. Do you 🙌🏽💛 #doyou #everyday #womenwholift #loa

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Being a fitness freak, Bani has recently been made the brand ambassador for a fitness app of the Nike campaign. The Zorawar actress also stated that she was happy with the roles she had been getting for her strong muscular figure.

Must Watch Super Gorgeous VJ Bani Doing Workouts

VJ Bani Advocates Tougher Workouts for Women

With the latest study claiming that sweating it out at gyms and lifting heavy weights is actually good for women, Vj Bani’s claim that women should also do tougher exercises at gyms holds true. Gruesome exercises help women by improving their blood circulation and providing them with more energy, stronger bones and better curves. Doing exercise regularly is extremely good for health – It prevents heart diseases and other ailments too.

“We Salute VJ Bani for her courage and raising such an important issue in perspective”