Saba Azad’s Response To Online Troll: ‘I Tend To Agree’

Saba Azad, the girlfriend of Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan, recently made headlines with her stunning performance on the runway at a fashion event. Instead of simply walking the ramp, she danced and grooved to the music, captivating the audience. Saba, who is one half of the electro-funk duo Madboy/Mink, impressed many with her confidence. However, a few trolls took aim at her for dancing during a traditional runway walk.

Responding to the Haters

"Saba Azad's perfect response to online trolls who said she 'needs therapy.' Find out how she handled the negativity."

Saba Azad, undeterred by the online criticism she received, decided to address her trolls by sharing their mean messages from her DMs. She gave them a fitting response that showcased her resilience and self-assuredness.

“You Need Therapy”

One of the trolls wrote, “You need therapy.” Saba shared a screenshot of this message and humorously agreed, highlighting the importance of therapy in a world filled with hate. She responded with, “Why yes, sir/madam spud!! I tend to agree and I get it on the regular as should everyone else for existing in a world as consumed by hate as ours, you should try it!! It helps you fill your own tanks and thus not get so deeply offended by the peaceful existence of others :)”

“Are U Mad?”

Another troll questioned, “Are u mad.” Saba Azad responded with grace and resilience, stating, “Yes Jaffar!! I really must be, to keep waking up every day in the wake of constant hate being sent my way and thinking maybe today will be a better day and smiling and carrying on- I must be mad cause maybe the world is actually just filled with people such as yourself, who sit behind the safety of their screens adding nothing but hate into the world- that’s your legacy, that’s what you’re gonna leave behind 🙂 chew on that buddy!!”

Saba Azad’s Recent Projects

Saba Azad, known for her role in Amazon miniTv series “Who’s Your Gynac,” has also appeared in “The Rocket Boys,” starring Jim Sarbh, Ishwak Singh, and Regina Cassandra.

Saba Azad’s response to online trolls not only reflects her confidence but also sends a message about the importance of self-care and resilience in the face of negativity.

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