It won’t be wrong to say that people these days are way too concerned about how they look and appear in others’ sight. Following which many people stress a lot and even forget their normal self and indulge in experimentation just to please others. Bollywood and South actress Sameera Reddy who is quite active on Instagram took to the photo-video sharing app and spoke her heart out on body shaming, and why it is important to be comfortable and happy for a person the way they are.
Sameera Reddy began the video stating that during her growing up years she was often compared to her sisters Meghna Reddy and Sushma Reddy. And once she entered the film industry, during her initial days she was compared to other actresses over her appearance.
Sameera Reddy also mentioned that just like many people, during her initial days she was way too concerned about her appearance and would experiment crazy things to lighten her skin to get a fair look, and also many other things which made her feel crap.
The Musafir actress, Sameera Reddy along with her video also had a note that read, ” I had a message form a mom who says she feels ‘fat’ ‘ugly’ and ‘not beautiful’ with her post baby fat . She said she looked at me and felt dejected . OMG!!! So here are my morning swelly eyes . No tricks no make up just me owning it! And I’m hoping that this enforces a positive spin on our own expectations of ourselves.”
“I feel coming back to the public view in a way that I feel no pressure for my own mental health has helped me stay focused on being a good mother and a person who is self accepting that makes it a healthier space for all around me . Don’t dwell on what you are not and what you don’t have ! Let’s focus on the good 🙏🏼 we are all #imperfectlyperfect #loveyourself #justthewayyouare #keepingitreal” added Sameera Reddy.
Sameera who was last seen on the big screen in 2013 released Kannada film Vardhanayaka along with Sandalwood superstars Kiccha Sudeep, is currently busy spending quality time with children, son Hans Varde (5) and daughter Nyra (1).