'The Family Man' Fame, Priyamani Talks About Being A Plus-Size Person, Slams Trollers

Indian actress, Priyamani talked about being a plus-size person and also gave a befitting reply to trollers, who make memes on her. Read on to know more!


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'The Family Man' Fame, Priyamani Talks About Being A Plus-Size Person, Slams Trollers

Indian actress, Priyamani is winning hearts with her fantastic acting skills portrayed in The Family Man 2 and His Story. Her millions of fans not only love her for her acting skills but also her fashionable outings. However, she often becomes the target of trolls for her dressing style to her weight. Recently, in a media interaction, Priyamani gave a befitting reply to the trollers.

For the unversed, Priyamani had tied the knot with Mustafa Raj, a businessman, in 2017. However, the couple had hit the headlines when Mustafa's first wife, Ayesha had called their wedding illegal. Ayesha had also claimed that she had not gotten divorced from him. However, Mustafa had called it a money extraction scheme. 

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Recently, in an interview with Zoom, Priyamani talked about being a plus-size person. The actress shared that she would never go for heavy workouts. She believes in taking time out for herself positively rather than mindlessly browsing her phone. She said:

"I would not say go for a heavy workout. But being happy is of utmost importance. It is okay even if you are a plus-size person. Focus on what is needed rather than just browsing on your phone and doing nothing. Shell some time out to do what you love and take care of your health positively. Engage in a light workout or just do some household chores to get the body moving.

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Priyamani also called out trollers and said that, at times there are some hard to digest comments, but she just simply blocks them and moves in life.

"Social media is just part of your life and not your life. I like to show only what I want to show to the fans. If they like me for that good even if they don't it's okay. Trolls feel that they have the authority to say what they want to say. Some people might take it very seriously. Social media is tricky. You don't have to show everything to your fans and followers. Sometimes even I enjoy a few memes they make about me. I share it and have a good laugh, but at certain times a few comments are too harsh to digest. I straight away bock such trolls."

On the work front, Priyamani will be next seen in the film, Maidaan, opposite Ajay Devgn.

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