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Vishakha Singh attacks man for vulgar comments on Facebook

Bollywood actor Vishakha Singh, known for her roles in Fukrey and Ankur Arora Murder Case, has taken a stand against the abusers on Facebook.

bollywood Updated: Jun 10, 2015 15:04 IST
HT Correspondent
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Bollywood actor Vishakha Singh, known for her roles in Fukrey and Ankur Arora Murder Case, has taken a stand against the abusers on Facebook.



The actor had poster her photo in a T-shirt which read: Everybody is Somebody's foreigner'. Wearing Madversity's cool new Tee ..looking forward to more such quotes!"



A Facebook user replied to her post, "Nice Looking and nice b***s." Vishakha minced no words while replying to the vulgar comment. She wrote, "Mr MD Mustakim Saifi, 1) remove that innocent child’s picture as your dp. 2) have the guts to put your own profile picture . And then comment. 3) Nice b***s. I know i am a woman.. And for your general knowledge, Yes, All women have breasts. Your mother, sister, wife, grandmother, aunts, daughter, friends. All of them included. Do you walk up to them and say ‘nice b***s’? Feel sorry for you. Have the guts to say it on my face?? Else, get off my page."



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Not bogged down by Vishakha's clear message, another user commented, "Thought is worth but position generally regard us tharki...miss." Vishakha replied, "Well, Vikas Singh. You look educated. Where do you think a quote on a Tshirt be? Shoulders? Arms? Stop making such juvenile comments. If you derive childish pleasure out of the fact that it's on the chest area, then God help women and women safety issues."



Deleted the post that went viral. Not afraid of anyone but simply tired of unwanted negativity. A big thanks to all those who supported.

Posted by Vishakha Singh on Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Vishakha Singh later deleted her picture that had attracted the vulgar comments and wrote, "Deleted the post that went viral. Not afraid of anyone but simply tired of unwanted negativity. A big thanks to all those who supported."

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