Diandra Soares hits back at her body shamers: 'Love your curves, flaunt them'
After Nia Sharma, Disha Patani and Sonam Kapoor, former Bigg Boss contestant Diandra Soares is the latest to give it back to the body shamers on social media.
Her stint in Bigg Boss stands testimony to the fact that she lives her life boldly and beautifully. However, her pictures on Instagram did not evoke pleasant words from her followers as they began 'slut-shaming' her for her skin show. However, Soares retaliated with a photo shoot in which she posed with Kushal Punjabi.
Ladies, real dangerous curves. Love your curves, flaunt em' be proud of your changing body .... a woman's body has the power to give life so treat it with respect !!!! Stop body SHAMING yourself first... love your body n it will love you back #BodyPositive Pic; Jitu Savlani MUH; Rishab Khanna assisted by Cash Kandera Styling; 2Di4 (moi) And last but not the least the very talented actor/model/dancer/ biker ... the list is endless ... and most amazing friend Kushal Punjabi you rock my world and this shoot ... was a pleasure working with you 😍
"A woman's body has the power to give life so treat it with respect! Stop body SHAMING!," read the caption of the picture she posted on her Instagram account. Celebrity photographer Jitu Savlani did the photo shoot and also shared her picture with the caption, "Behind every great man stands no woman. There is no greater man than the man that can acknowledge the woman standing right next to him.” Now, Soares has posted another picture of her, with a cigarette in her hand and a revealing top on her body, with the caption, ""You're a girl , you should not abuse ! "FUCK YOU""
You're a girl , you should not abuse ! "FUCK YOU" Pic; @jitusavlani muh; @rishabskhanna assisted by Cash Kandera styling ; 2Di4 by Diandra Soares monokini by @nidhimunim A post shared by Diandra Soares (@soares_diandra) on
Last week, Sonam Kapoor was also a victim of slut shaming after she was photographed at a recent promotional event in such a way that her cleavage and side of the body were made prominent. She lashed back at her detractors with a series of tweets. One of them read, "Sexist nonsense. The photographers went out of their way to take these pics.. and frankly I don't give a damn, I'm proud of my body!"
Similarly, Disha Patani had also come under the body shaming scanner and she chose to give a befitting reply. "It's easier to judge a woman on the basis of how much they cover up their skin, but it's hard to accept your own cheap mentality when you can't stop staring at inappropriate areas which you are asking her to cover. Wake up and start accepting the idea that we are not going to be anybody's idea of an 'Indian girl'," she said.