For her role in Dasvi, Nimrat Kaur had to lift 15 kg. She plays the role of Bimla Devi, Abhishek Bachchan’s wife in the film. Nimrat Kaur was trolled for the weight gain and now she has responded to the trolls in her latest social media post. She also shared a collage to show off her weight loss. She captioned the post as “Weigh it … Swipe left for me a thousand words this photo will not speak.” Along with the photo, Nimrat Kaur also shared a long note that responded to the trolling she faced after weight gain.
Nimrat Kaur began her note by writing: “In the era of heightened expectations about what we ‘should’ look like, at all times – gender, age and occupation no bursts, I share a small chapter from my life that brought “Pupils who will last a lifetime. Tolerate me, because unfortunately there is no ‘bite-sized’ version of this 10-month journey.”
Talk about weight lifting for Dasviwrote Nimrat, “Born with what is typically categorized as a small to a medium body type, with Dasvi the requirement came to me to make ‘up’. The idea was to be as unrecognizable and physically as different from ‘Nimrat’ as There were no target numbers in mind, but by the end of trying to achieve the desired visual impact, I was a tad above 15 kilograms of my normal body weight.Initially, I was quite petrified of an invisible reality “what I’m going to need. own and embrace. But when I started steadfastly and lovingly with the support and encouragement of my loved ones to have my real conversations with myself, I began to enjoy the process of becoming Bimla.”
“This is about what I started to notice along the way. To see how I eat high-calorie meals that were already a few sizes larger, some people around me felt they had the right to comment on what they were eating. think I’m doing it wrong.It would be a sarcastic remark, an unsolicited joke or simply an unsolicited advice on what I should eat instead of a dessert I really enjoyed.This voyeuristic license and entitled permission is what on the came to the fore, “Nimrat added. , while talking about the love of the journey of indulgence.
Speaking about the trolls, Nimrat Kaur added: “I would not always explain the ‘why’ behind what I look like or eat. But I always observed the ease with which people made my ‘bigger than usual’ body and I could have been ill, under medication, hormonally struggling with something, or simply very happy to eat and be me, whatever size it was. “
Nimrat Kaur is back to her old body and while talking about weight loss, she wrote: “After completing the circle of this journey and returning to being physically me, today I learned in the true sense of the word how not to do not allow an outside perspective.decide on my relationship with me.I share it to contribute to the greater dialogue of how we can all do with more awareness, sensitivity and empathy.Especially towards those who do not fit in with the nearsighted, pigeon hockey prototype of what the ‘norm’ expects them to be – whether it’s too dark, too thin, too short, too fat or any of these extravagant scales from the lens of the conditioning they come from. “What they say and observe is a reflection of an attitude. Not who they are looking at.”
“Be kind. Be sensitive. Be graceful. Do not make someone’s day worse if you can not make it better. Be responsible. Just make your mind and body your business. No one else’s,” Nimrat Kaur concluded.
Celebs commented on Nimrat Kaur’s post praising her. Parineeti Chopra wrote: “Love you my girl”. Vaani Kapoor and Diana Penty left clapping emojis in the comments section. “I feel it! In general, all the negativity and unwanted nareness comes from people who do nothing in life and still somehow own a cell phone and money to recharge it. People who struggle to make a living Making or making a better living is generally appreciated for hard work the kind you have done! ” wrote Abhinav Shukla.
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Nimrat Kaur was last seen in Dasvi, where she played the role of Bimla Devi and she has already received praise for her acting. She has yet to announce her next project.