The Mohabbatein actress Shamita Shetty looked vibrant in the exuberant number’s visual. Recently, we had an interaction with her about her upcoming ventures.
Earlier this year, she hogged limelight after a video of hers broke the internet, in which a fan was seen trying to take a selfie with her.
40-year-old actress was accused of being ‘obnoxious’ and ‘rude’ to the fan by ‘disappointed’ netizens.
Months later, we asked her about the incident which she narrated as follows “I think unfortunately when you’re a celebrity, people think they have the right to judge. You’re supposed to be a certain way in their opinion, no other way is accepted. And yes, they very easily jump to certain conclusions not understanding the back story. So it’s part and parcel of being in showbiz. I think it’s the downside of it. I would probably put it that way,” she said, talking about the viral video incident.
Shamita also said that a lot of times, celebrities have to face nasty comments by people, as they start judging their character. “But you have to learn to block people out to an extent and their opinions about you out and you have to be sure of yourselves as a person. As a human being, if you know you’re a good human being, you know what kind of a person you are. Nobody and nothing anyone says out there will make a difference,”
Cash actress said that the incident of the viral video “did hurt” her. “When I saw the video, it looked rude to me, so I can only imagine what somebody else must’ve felt. But unfortunately, the video was not the entire video. What you all saw was that girl from one side to the next, and the next side to back to the same position. But actually, she went from left to right, right to left and so on and so forth. And that’s when I tried to help her out, I think she was struggling with trying to get the right position. But you know, I think, with the first, it looked a little rude. So, I don’t really blame people for thinking it was rude but I said what I had to say after that. Because that was totally not my intention,” she added further.