Actress and social media influencer Sameera Reddy, who has appeared in films such as De Dana Dan, Maine Dil Tujhko Diya and Race, has often been the victim of body shaming. The actress had gained a lot of weight after childbirth and she became a victim of depression. Sameera has spoken openly about this many times.
According to Hindustan Times, Sameera spoke about her postmortem bout of depression. He said he supports the need to understand young mothers. She revealed that her husband was very supportive during this time when she became a mother. Please say that Sameera distanced herself from show business after marrying businessman Akshay Varde in 2014.
During a recent interview, Sameera said her weight gained a lot when she gave birth to her son Hans in 2015 and that people around her trolled her for it. The actress revealed that even today she still has to deal with body shaming on social media.
Let me tell you that a while ago Sameera shared in her Instagram post that after her first delivery even a vegetable seller commented on the changes on her body and that she still has to listen to such things to this day. Sameera said that the same incident happened to her at the airport recently. When the security officer at the airport saw her Aadhaar card, he said to her: “Madam, you have changed a lot.”
Sameera said, “Everyone wanted to have an opinion and speak it out loud.” They think it’s their birthright to comment on a woman’s body. We all go through this. Sameera goes on to say that it has also been observed in private households that comments are made about weight gain or loss. Appearance is something we all have to deal with, especially women.
According to Sameera, everyone’s body is different and it’s important for a young mother to be kind. It’s difficult to pull off a comeback at times, as everyone takes their own time to get back to normal emotionally and physically. This opportunity should be given to everyone. According to the actress, there is no formula for what you should look like after giving birth. People forget that having a child is like a miracle.