Is trolling Suhana Khan for her father Shah Rukh Khan’s fairness cream advertisement an ethical thing? COMMENT

Suhana Khan came on the radar of the netizens after she shared a post on Instagram demanding an end to colourism.
Is trolling Suhana Khan for her father Shah Rukh Khan’s fairness cream advertisement an ethical thing? COMMENTIs trolling Suhana Khan for her father Shah Rukh Khan’s fairness cream advertisement an ethical thing? COMMENT
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Social media is a place which has been all about toxicity and negative comments, especially for people who doesn’t match the general standards of beauty which have been set by our society. Taking a jibe at the same, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana khan shared a powerful post about colourism and revealed that she has been called ugly since the age of 12. In fact, Suhana had shared screenshots of negative comments that she has received on social media criticizing her about her complexion.

While several celebrities have hailed Suhana for her impressive post about ending colourism, she soon got on the radar of netizens who termed her post as hypocrite. The netizens were seen trolling her and asked the young starlet to teach her father Shah Rukh Khan about ending colourism. To note, Suhana came on the radar of the netizens as SRK has been the brand ambassador of a fairness cream brand. A Twitter user wrote, “Well said #SuhanaKhan Dark skin is not a badge of shame but rather a glorious masterpiece ..but shouldn't u be penning a note to your dad too to #EndColourism..coz he is the one promoting skin whiteners. To hell with such colour prejudices. So practice what you preach.”

While Suhana has been receiving a lot of hate comments over her colourism post, don’t you think it is unfair and unethical to troll her for her father’s professional project? Isn’t the young starlet entitled to have an opinion of her own? Share your opinions in the comment section below and let us not if trolling Suhana Khan for her father Shah Rukh Khan’s fairness cream advertisement was an unfair thing.

Also Read: Suhana Khan’s post on coloursim triggers trolls; Netizens ask ‘Why is SRK promoting fairness cream?’

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Anonymous 2 months ago

Actually they dont like the spot light, but had to get use to it. Might as well try to stay in touch with there fans. They know they are there. They know more people will watch there movies. If wasn,t for actors we wouldn't have movies or plays to watch. It's a job to them. The sad part not everyone can be on stage. A lot of people get scared or can't Express themselves on stage. Even Srk,Salam,and Ajay can do some things the same. Sometimes there singing and dancing are different. I notice Ajay loves to sing,but he doesn't like dancing much. Salam loves to do both, but his dancing more sexual. That's ok it's his personality. SRK loves all kinds of dancing and singing. The stage brings out his personality that he hides in real life. That's ok because you want all actors not to be the same. SRK likes collar shirts with long sleeves and pants in movies. Ajay likes short sleeve shirts or he rolls the long sleeve shirts up to his elbow. Hes wears pants too Salam prefers muscular shirts that shows his body or no shirt at all. He wears pants or shorts in films. That's how you know there personality and makes each one unique in there own way that's why important to know them as them and who they pretend in movies. I enjoy watching all three of them, because they are different. I do enjoy action movies more now because of all three of them. I have always musicals. Bollywood movies gives me that so thank you

Anonymous 2 months ago

I want say something about an article I saw about suhana. Shouldn't matter what shade your skin is. You are beautiful. They are jealous you are SRK and Gauri's daughter. Ever race has dark and light skin. Remember everyone the same inside there bodies. We all look the same. We all want the same things out of life. That's to be happy. We are all just humans. That's what Amit Bachchan's wife said in a movie she was in and I agree with that statement.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Lo! Agents of SSR family are also found here.

Anonymous 2 months ago

trying too hard to be controversial & to be spoken about. but these star kids are so dumb they can't even chose a better topic! #end nepotism

Anonymous 2 months ago

Shahrukh did everything under the sun to get to a financial position that his children don't have to worry about anything. That includes advertising for skin lightening creams.

Anonymous 2 months ago

A lot of people here lost the plot here and common sense along with it. What she pointed out was the brutal trolling she is subjected to and it touches upon the very common problem in society and you guys saying it’s fine to troll her because she is her dad’s daughter then you are equally pathetic.

Anonymous 2 months ago

It has nothing to do with colorism. The audience is too familiar with her dad and she looks like him in a wig. It will never work. She should have picked a different career. No amount of implants and talent will overcome the image in people’s head that this is the face of a man they are familiar with, the audience cannot accept her as a separate female entity.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Enlightenment and reform starts at home, how dares she preaches when the biggest culprit is at home?

Anonymous 2 months ago

yes its fair game...these kids are enjoying their father's money and fame. And moreover these so called celebrities should know what kind of world they are creating for future generation, what's better than experiencing from their own kid's experience. Btw people are fool to buy fairness cream endorsed by a bad looking and dusky person(read SRK)

Anonymous 2 months ago

If they share the fame...what's wrong in sharing the shame? It is a fact that No one would even give her a second look if she was not SRKs daughter. Where does ethics come in this?

Anonymous 2 months ago

This should be a lesson to the filmy people that the PR strategy wale are overpaid fools. When they advised her to take up colourism, they should have imagined how stupid it would look in light of her father having endorsed fairness cream. She should fire her PR team.

Anonymous 2 months ago

An Indian who is not independent and is waiting for his father to pay for her big launch should be answerable for what his father does. She's not a western born or raised independent person who are on their own after 18 doing cleaning jobs even though her/his parents are filthy rich.

Anonymous 2 months ago

If Suhana feels so strongly about feeling beautiful under their own skin, she should write about how wrong it is for insecure people to go under the knife and get umpteen surgeries. And what about the use of botox? Wonder how many in nepo land will laud her post?

Anonymous 2 months ago

When her only merit in society is because of her father's money and the money mad from selling fairness creams. She is in fact being disloyal to her father.

Anonymous 2 months ago

yeah right, she made it to the vogue cover because of her grades and achievements. lol. When the public lauds them, we become fans. when the public points out unpleasant truth, we become trolls.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Have you checked her grades and achievements? what do you mean by "her only merit" as if you are her baby sitter? Your only merit is "you are a troll" and a nameless faceless one.

Anonymous 2 months ago

First of all, she thinks she can preach and we should listen because she is a nepo kid. If she wants to preach society, she should first clean up the mess at home. She should get her father to publicly apologize or atleast acknowledge that he was wrong in doing a fairness ad. Then we will take her seriously.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Please... Another nepo rich privileged kid crying Why should we care ? India is a land of 1.6 billion people. There are millions of folks who are brown and dark humiliated on a daily basis . These don’t come from wealth like Suhana. And nobody supports them either. So Indians tell this kid to talk to her own Dad who printed colorism and her mother who has whitewashed herself with tons of work on her brown face !

Anonymous 2 months ago

if you never heard about there is a free will

Anonymous 2 months ago

This is so idiotic. God made her rich and you poor. Start trolling God now..you idiot..you got what you deserve. She has everything to have her opinions.

Anonymous 2 months ago

No it’s not. My father is not perfect either. He is staunch Modi Bhakt. Does not make me the same. Generation changes. Very likely she does not believe what her father believed in

Anonymous 2 months ago

You’re disrespecting your dad by using the taunt slang, instead just say Modi fan, that sounds more appealing to ears and less disrespectful

Anonymous 2 months ago

No! She is not responsible for her father's choices. But that's what social media does.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Stupid question. Trolling itself is bad. Only low lives like kangana team and other uneducated bullies do it. In civilized world, it does not happen.

Anonymous 2 months ago

American here, no vested interest. If dad is buying her implants and a career with money he made from endorsements like Fair and Lovely, she needs to face the music. Pontificating to others about colourism will obviously raise that hypocrisy. PV post this.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Don't we think unkind reactions are fair, you ask? Is it fair for her to jump on a bandwagon of down-with-colorism just because, well just because? The only "because" may be parents pushing her into limelight and any flag-bearing cause will do. Next up: she will be against kicking horses

Anonymous 2 months ago

Just making sure you’re still talking about Baby Khan aka self proclaimed bullywood princess ?

Anonymous 2 months ago

Maybe its because she was picked on and trolled for her dark skintone and strongly felt what she expressed? People who themselves are fake feel others are fake too

Anonymous 2 months ago

Charity begins at home.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Irrespective of who you are, you will be trolled on ig. In her case, she’s enjoying a blue tick and million followers thanks to her daddy. You can’t have the cake and eat it too, right? Also, she should start the fairness dialogue at home before becoming an activist.

Anonymous 2 months ago

its completely justified pointing out that her own father has supported these products but that should in no way stop her from making a statement she personally stands behind! She is her own entity expressing her own opinion on the matter and how its personally affected her. Especially when its something as important as colorism- the more people speaking on it the better IMO. Also, can we please retire the word "fair" and use light-skinned instead?

Anonymous 2 months ago

Well people have been super biased while commenting. In india, complexion plays a huge role. Everyone's wants to be fair.. there are men, women, kids who apply lotions to become fair. And when it comes to the advertisement they say that the actors promote colourism. When a certain product is in demand, it needs to be advertised. In old age days, dada ma nuske they sure to apply uptam.. and all. Why do we need to troll actors or there kids.. they have there way to live. Baas peche pad jao.. troll karo.. doenst make sense.

Anonymous 2 months ago

There’s a difference between skin care and skin lightening jaahil

Anonymous 2 months ago

Yes. Because if i grow up being called ugly for my colour and my dad advocates fair is lovely. I will obviously start with him. I have nothing against her but i just hate seeing srk in those ads.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Noooo.

Anonymous 2 months ago

She is using daddies contacts to get on vogue cover so why not. Yes she must face his demons too.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Firstly people commenting are not jobless , secondly she has put herself on the map , she should accept EVERYTHING that comes along . She cannot only want to hear that she's SRK daughter , beautiful or smart or whatever rubbish and then not accept the criticism. It's those same people that make an audience , they are entitled to say WHATEVER THEY WANT , she sold herself to entertainment, so embrace everything the good , the bad and the trolls

Anonymous 2 months ago

Why is IRA KHAN , Aamir Khan's daughter not trolled , she has a life apart Bollywood, she's not superficial, she's a young woman of substance and definitely not an attention seeker . Learn something Duhana

Anonymous 2 months ago

Of course YESSSSSSS , SHE EATS FROM THAT SAME ADVERTISEMENT MONEY . DISGUSTING rich kids just complaining for even being privileged, she should have some shame , her country is going through a very hard time with other more important issues and here she is wanting attention.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Of course not, but who's going to make these jobless trolls understand? This pandemic has given these people too much time to sit around doing nothing but bullying and harrassing people to feel better about themselves. At the end of the day, the people you're hating are still living happily in their mansions with all the luxuries money can buy, while y'all be spreading hate instead of working on your own lives and happiness. So who's the real loser here?

Anonymous 2 months ago

Can somebody/govt. please provide jobs to those thousands of people who don’t have jobs despite all efforts?(In India)working is first step to “work in your own life “ as u suggested.And let me tell u all this hate,frustration,irritation’s root cause is financial disparity India has.rich people r super rich and poor people are super poor,can’t even afford basic daily needs.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Best comment