Lavanya Tripathi speaks up against social media trolls

While talking about social media toxicity, actress Lavanya Tripathi asks people to send love rather than hate; she urges people to try and stop hating on and trolling people on social media
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: July 08, 2020 18:26 IST
Lavanya Tripathi speaks up against social media trolls

Battling an army of trolls might get exhausting and off-putting. Being on the receiving end of the negativity that trolls send could hurt the person beyond what we can imagine. Actress Lavanya Tripathi took to her Instagram Story to speak up about such trolling. Lavanya adds that she is now choosing to look at and appreciate people who send love rather than hate on social media. She says being positive is good for oneself and that the sooner people get rid of negativity, the better.

Lavanya Tripathi wrote, "People who post mean comments on social media must be frustrated in life, but someone happy with their life will never be so negative. Is it their way to feel better about themselves? I am seeing a lot of trolling negativity on social media, which kinda makes me feel sad. Just because one person takes his life (which is also bcz of social media trolls and bullying), people forget that the person they're trolling is also going through something…. Social media can be toxic… but I like to look at the brighter side, at all the positive people who keep sending me to love every day. I have one thing to say, Thank you. Love you ."
"And BTW when you talk negative and think negativity about a person, that negativity will never leave your body, and nothing good comes out of it….you can never be happy by keeping a negative mind. And automatically start to look beautiful once you get rid of all the bad intentions," Shraddha added.
On the work front, Lavanya Tripathi was last seen in Arjun Suravaram. The action thriller also starred actor Nikhil Siddharth in the leading role. The film was a remake of the 2016 Tamil film Kanithan. The actress will next appear in the film A1 Express opposite Sundeep Kishan. Directed by Dennis Jeevan Kanukolanu, the film is reportedly a remake of the 2019 Tamil film Natpe Thunai.