Post the death of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, many B-town celebs and star kids are facing a lot of criticism for being privileged compared to the outsiders in Bollywood. Netizens keep on abusing and trolling these star kids on social media, hence result in, many B-town celebs have turned off their comments section on Instagram, and also few said goodbye to Twitter. Now writer and sister of Alia Bhatt, Shaheen Bhatt has come forward and took her Instagram handle to announce that she will no longer be going to ignore harassment and hate messages on social media.
Shaheen strongly pointed out her opinion and wrote on her Instagram story that she will use all available legal recourse to take action against online harassers and will reveal their identities. Shaheen shared several netizens hate messages on her Instagram story, and captioned the post, "Does this surprise you? Why? It does not surprise me." She also shared statistics on violence against women in India and wrote how certain traits contribute to the violence. Check out her Instagram stories here -
Shaheen Bhatt further also added, "I will NOT protect your identity. I will use all legal recourse available to take action. If you think you can't be located because you think your account is anonymous, please think again -- IP addresses are easily trackable. You are not invisible. Harassment is a crime."
She concluded her post, "I should not have to change the way I use a platform if someone is being abusive. They Should. Full Stop."
Well, on the professional front, Shaheen Bhatt a famous writer who launched her book in November 2019, titled, 'I've Never Been (Un)happier' a multi-dimensional, philosophical book which acknowledges, accepts, and overcomes the peculiarities of living with depression.