Esha Gupta, who is no stranger to being trolled, revealed that unwanted comments on her social media posts irk her to no end. In an interview with Hindustan Times, she said that she either blocks her trolls or shuts them down with an fitting response.
"I get really angry at times and feel baffled thinking about what goes on inside their minds? What's their problem? You have nothing to do and you're writing something on someone's wall without thinking how that might affect that person. Your life sucks, that's why you can't see others happy... I read somewhere that, 'If you're not feeding me, f***ing me, or financially supporting me, your opinion means nothing to me', and I completely follow this," the actress said.
According to Esha, the best way to deal with trolls is to ignore them. Her advice to them is to "do something worthwhile" with their time, instead of making nasty comments on social media.
"We have so many things going on in our heads. There's so much to do in life, so there's no point being stressed about something so unimportant. What I also want to tell them is that there's so much happening in the world already; a war is taking place as we speak and there are many refugees who need help...and you are commenting on someone's body parts! Come on, use your time to do something worthwhile," she said.
On the work front, Esha will be seen next on the big screen as a tough cop in Ashok Nanda's One Day: Justice Delivered, which also stars Anupam Kher. The film is scheduled to hit the theatres on June 14.