Fardeen Khan Hits Back At Those Trolling Him For His Weight Gain With A Long Letter

27/05/2016 1:48 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:27 AM IST
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After Adnan Sami, Parineeti Chopra, Sonakshi Sinha, and Arpita Khan, Fardeen Khan recently became the victim of social media trolls, who started mocking him for having put on weight.

Just like Arpita, who recently shut down a troll with an Instagram post recently, Fardeen decided to write a long letter on Facebook, hitting back at everyone who were weighing in with their opinions on his recently acquired plumpness.

The attacks began a few days ago when a photo of the actor looking visibly heavier than we remember him being surfaced on social media. Once known for his hunky looks, Feroz Khan's son became the butt of body-shaming jokes.

Soon, a barrage of tweets attacking him made their way to his handle.

Khan found a supporter in singer Adnan Sami, who has gone through the ordeal himself, and was applauded for his drastic weight loss. The singer tweeted what everybody else should really have, instead of making silly jokes on Khan.

After the fat shaming, Khan finally took to Facebook to hit back at those belittling him for something as common and normal as gaining weight. He wrote,

"HAPPY TO HAVE BEEN THE WEEKENDS ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL YOU TROLLERS. IF YOU HAVE HAD ENOUGH FUN PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO LOOK AT YOUR OWN REFLECTION. IF TROLLING IS WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL BETETR ABOUT YOURSELF, YOU HAVE TO SERIOUSLY THINK ANOUT YOU FUTURE PROSPECTS. MY BEST WISHES." (sic)

And further added,

".I AM SURE YOU ALL HAD A FEW LAUGHS AT MY EXPENSE TOO…I MUST CONFESS I DID TOO….THERE IS A SAYING " BLESSED IS HE WHO CAN LAUGH AT HIMSELF FOR HE SHALL NEVER CEASED TO BE AMUSED" MORE IMPORTANTLY, I BELIEVE THE RIGHT TO LAUGH AT ANOTHER IS EARNED BY HAVING THE COURAGE TO LAUGH AT YOURSELF. BESIDES LIFE IS TOO SHORT AND WOULD MAKE OUR EXISTENCE UNBEARABLY DULL AND SERIOUS IF WE DIDNT.." (sic)

Read the full text of the letter here.

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