Shriya Saran Reaction on Viral Photos:South’s popular actress Shriya Saran is not at all shy about openly loving her husband. Often both are seen locking lips in front of the camera. But due to these acts of hers, the actress gets to hear a lot of criticism from the people. Something similar happened this time too. When Shriya’s photo kissing her husband went viral on social media. Users are trolling the actress fiercely with these pictures. Meanwhile, Shriya Saran’s reaction has come to the fore on trolling.
The actress had kissed her husband in front of the camera
During the screening of the film ‘Drishyam 2’, Shriya had ‘kissed’ her husband in front of everyone. After this, once again the actress was spotted at the airport. At that time too, the actress locked lips while posing with her husband in front of the paparazzi. The audience is praising Shriya’s role in the film. But for the photos, she has come under the target of haters. But Shriya is also not a silent actress. He has given an amazing answer while targeting the haters.
Shriya gave a befitting reply to the trollers
In an interview given to a leading news channel of the media, Shriya spoke openly on the trolling that happened after locking lips with her husband. Actually, the actress was asked that how do you deal with the trolls you get after ‘kissing’ your husband in front of everyone? Responding to this, the actress said- ‘My husband thinks kissing me is a normal thing. I also think it is a very beautiful thing. Shriya completed her point and said that my husband does not understand why he is being trolled for kissing his own husband.
Trolling doesn’t make any difference to Shriya
On the question of handling trolling, Shriya said, I do not care at all what anyone is saying about me. I don’t even read what the trollers have written in the comments of the post. It is his job to write and it is my job to ignore such things. I just do what I have to do. Talking about Shriya Saran’s workfront, she was recently seen in ‘Drishyam 2’, which is getting good response from the audience in theatres.