“No Matter What Body Size We Are” – Manjima Mohan On Overcoming Bodyshaming Trauma
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South Indian actress Manjima Mohan who is known among Tamil audience for debuting through a film named “Achcham Enbathu Madamayada”, conducted a question and answer session with her Instagram followers and answered to some of the personal questions. When a follower asked how should overcome body shaming trauma, the actress highlighted a quote to boost her/his confidence. Manjima also revealed why she removed all the posts from her Instagram timeline.
Manjima Mohan is an actress who got introduced through films through a Malayalam film named as “Oru Vadakkan Selfie” which had Nivin Pauly in the lead. Gautham Menon introduced her in Tamil film industry through his adventurous love action film “Achcham Enbathu Madamayada”. She paired with Simbu in the film and went on to act in few more films such as Devarattam, Ippadai Vellum, Sathriyan etc. She who met with an accident, forced to take a break from the film industry and has made her come back through Vishnu Vishal’s “FIR”.
Earlier, in several occasions, Manjima raised voice against body shaming and supported body positivity. Now, a follower asked the actress to provide some tips to overcome body shaming trauma. “Tips for people to overcome the trauma of body shaming and to be body positive”
“I am beautiful and so is everyone that God created. No matter what body size we are, we are beautiful. Hope this helps” the actress’s reply read.
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When a follower asked why she removed all her posts from her timeline, Manjima said “I realized instagram is a great place to connect with people and not worry about how aesthetic or
beautiful it looks! So I archived most of my pictures. And started all over again”
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Earlier, A female fan asked the actress to share about the body shaming comments she faced and how she handles them and moved forward. Replying to her, Manjima said “I genuinely feel you have to be healthy. That doesn’t mean you have to be lean”
“They would ask why you look “sick” if you reduced your weight. They would also question you if you increase your weight. Body shaming is going to be there for a long time. As long as you are happy with yourself. That’s what matters” Manjima Mohan said.
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“Look at Sai Pallavi, she is portraying herself with confidence. All that is such an inspiration I feel” she further added. Also Read : Manjima Mohan Shared Screenshots Of The Body Shaming Comments She Received!!