Nimrit Kaur OPENS UP on receiving HARSH comments on her PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES

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Nimrit Kaur is gaining lot of popularity with her performance as Meher in Choti Sarrdaarni. She received a lot of applause for her performance, and the fans love to see her chemistry with Param and Sarabjeet.

The actress, in a very small span of time, has gained a massive fan following. People love her onscreen character but also love her real-life personality which is quite different from her on-screen personality. In real life, Nimrit is quite modern and an independent lady.

One of the impressive things about Nimrit is that she never shies away from sharing her personal life experience with her fans. She tells that she knew about Avinesh’s line of work, she would have behaved differently when she first met him. Quite honest, Isn’t it?

Well, yet again, the pretty actress shared an important aspect of her life that will surely motivate others. In a long message on Instagram, Nimrit spoke about receiving comments on her physical attributes by her relatives as well others. Having a tad bit darker skin than her cousins, Nimrit’s family hopes her skin colour will improve with time. She was also said to have broad shoulders.

Asking the audience to not get demotivated with the societal tags, Nimrit in her post, wrote, “Understand and remember that beauty is subjective. It is not a reflection of how you look but more about how you feel. It’s the scars that you carry, the crooked features, the simplicity of what you are born with, that makes you special.It is your core, your beliefs, the strength of your thoughts that define who you are.So be courageous. Confident. And a strong believer of your dreams. You are pretty, you are beautiful, just the way you are.”

Have a look at her post:

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Today, while in conversation with @etimes_tv I was asked- “While making a mark in your career, did you receive any harsh comments/ remarks which have led to certain set backs in your life?” 💭 . . . . . Here’s a little something I would like to share with all the young girls & women who follow me. 🤗 I was born in a punjabi family, where most girls are fair and “malai” jaisi. I grew up around cousin sisters, who were always a shade brighter than me; needless to say I was the little brown girl in the room. My extended family discussed whilst sipping tea, about how with time they were sure- “Nimrit da rang khil jayega”. . . . . When I was only 17, I developed an obsessive eating disorder. Owing to the pressure of board exams, I ended up gaining 20 kilograms. I reached lawschool, and well, the girls and boys in my batch and my hostel didn’t miss a chance to bully and fat shame me. . . . . When I stepped into the modelling industry and began my pageant journey, I realised I wasn’t ever the skinniest in the room. Despite weighing 52kgs with 5’7” height, despite looking anorexic, I was the girl with the broad shoulders. . . . When I began my career in the TV industry, I realised that this space barring a few, was full of girls who were petite, fair, with big eyes and lips. I wasn’t really the “type”. My features weren’t really a perfect “fit”. . . . . Understand and remember that beauty is subjective. It is not a reflection of how you look but more about how you feel. It’s the scars that you carry, the crooked features, the simplicity of what you are born with, that makes you special. It is your core, your beliefs, the strength of your thoughts that define who you are. So be courageous. Confident. And a strong believer of your dreams. You are pretty, you are beautiful, just the way you are. 🌸🌈♥️ #worldhealthday

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