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Body shaming started from media says Bani J

Body shaming started from media says Bani J

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  1 Feb 2019 9:47 AM GMT

TV personality Bani J is against body shaming and says it started from the media. Talking about body shaming towards celebrities, Bani said: “It all has started from media, beauty magazines back in the year 2000 where people started the constant talk of how to get flawless body and skin using certain beauty product. Fashion magazine, beauty magazine started promoting the whole thing and the unrealistic desire of getting perfect body!”

“It was a marketing gimmick that we all bought into.... And that practice has become constant,” added the former video jockey.

Bani, born and brought up in Chandigarh, started working at the age of 18. Since she was a very skinny youngster, she went through extensive training to build her physical strength. However, as she gained muscle as a girl, she faced criticism by people on her appearance.

Did that affect her confidence then?

“Well, I would say that people tried to humiliate me but they could not succeed because I do not care.... Why should I care on the comments of people who do not know how physical training and weight lifting helped me to grow stronger mentally, physically and spiritually? They don’t know anything.”

“And they randomly look at a girl with well built muscles teasing ‘ei muscle! Ei half man!’ it means that those people who taunt girls are not well exposed! They are negative,” added the 31-year-old actress. (IANS)

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