Dealing with online trolls has become a part of the life of celebrities nowadays. Some like to ignore them while some like to hit back at them. However, Rubina Dilaik, who is known to be a firebrand, is not one to take any crap from the trolls. Her recent take on an online troll who thought it was amusing to edit an old picture of her is proof.
One of her fan pages shared a much edited old picture of her from the time she was crowned ‘Miss Shimla’, along with a recent picture of her with the caption, “The struggle is real”. Rubina did not like the post on December 14 and she became angry and annoyed with the editing. She took to her Instagram stories and shared the picture with a sly dig addressed to the person who edited the picture. She wrote, “I want to meet the genius who edited the picture ‘Left’… and ask how badly he was beaten by life…”
This is not the first time the actress has lashed out at people online. After testing positive for Covid19 earlier this year, she had gained some weight and faced criticism for it. Her fans had called her out for losing her fashion sense and being careless about her weight gain. He was also called a pushy in his career choices and did not maintain the right kind of PR. In an Instagram post that included a sun-kissed photo of herself, Rubina called these people fat-shaming and called them pseudo fans. She was supported by fellow industry colleagues and friends who appreciated her spirit.
Rubina, who won the 14th season of the reality show Bigg Boss, has been a beauty pageant contender in her early days, was crowned Miss Shimla in 2006 and won the Miss North India pageant held in Chandigarh in 2008. On the work front, he signed his Bollywood debut Ardh, a directorial debut with composer-singer Palash Muchhal and co-stars Hiten Tejwani and Rajpal Yadav.