Women have nothing to do with Ramazan ,they are only trolled says Richa Chadha

Dangal famed starlet Fatima Sana Shaikh has been shamed for posting a picture of herself in a bikini in the month of Ramazan on her social networking site.

But Bollywood actor Richa Chadha, who is known for portraying bold characters in films like Gangs of Wasseypur and Masaan, says that women are trolled all the time, irrespective of the situation.

When asked about this controversy, Richa said, “I am not aware of this controversy but I feel, if she was an athlete or swimmer and if she would have had posted her picture, then also people would have shown a problem with it.

“Women are trolled all the time, it is not because it’s a holy month of Ramadan or anything. Even on any other normal day, if she would have put a picture like this, then also there would have been horrible comments.”

Richa also said that, “People can only comment on things, so it shouldn’t matter much. I don’t think it is something to be discussed also and media people should also be aware of that.”

When Richa was asked about the importance of looking presentable and good, she said, “As an actor, it is important because it is visual medium and people look at your beauty, hair and fashion.”

“I try to be as natural as possible and on regular days, I don’t wear makeup,” added Richa.

Her next projects include Fukrey Returns and talking about that, she said, “The shoot of the film is complete. It is in editing stage and it will release in December.”

Fukrey Returns is directed by Mrighdep Singh Lamba. It also stars Pulkit Samrat, Ali Fazal, Varun Sharma,Vishakha Singh and Priya Anand.

How Super Model Mehreen Syed keeps herself fit during Ramazan

Mehreen Syed, one of the most prominent models in Pakistan, has her own way of regulating diet during the holy month.

The ace model unveiled she likes to keep her routine simple in Ramazan. “I don’t commit to any shoots and I don’t work out either. Instead, I sometimes go for a walk after sehri, recite the Quran and catch up on sleep,” she shared.

When asked what her sehri includes, Syed added, “Parathas, eggs and yoghurt keep me going. I eat a light iftaar which usually includes steak with vegetables.” Not surprising, she makes sure her skin is refreshed by drinking lots of fresh juices and water post iftaar.



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