Singer Sona Mohapatra often catches headlines because she calls things by their real names. The singer never shies away from expressing her opinion and talking about things that affect social networks. During the Me Too wave, Sona summoned a predator without thinking. But negativity on social networks and constant trolling often come to the actress. Recently, the actress talked about the time when she went through a horrible trolling due to provoking the misogynistic comments of Salman Khan.
For the uninitiated, in 2016, Salman Khan became a topic in the city when he gave a ‘r * pe comment after being asked about the arduous filming for Sultan. While actor Dabangg was silent, his father and director Salim Khan apologized on his behalf.
Recalling that time, Sona Mohapatra told ETimes: “I went through the most disgusting trolling, including death threats and literally shit delivered in dabbas (lunch boxes) in my studio, because I called out Salman Khan for his misogyny and statements. My statements went viral. It was a two-month process in which the Minister for the Protection of Women and Children had to say that they were launching a hashtag called ‘They are trolling me’ for better safety of women and children on the Internet because Sona Mohapatra is facing vicious threats. “
Well, that was not the end for the singer, she revealed that her photos were turned into p * rn sites. Sona Mohapatra He further revealed: “I was transferred to p * orn sites and there were threats to gangs every day. It was awful. And then we realized that it’s a consolidated digital army that doesn’t necessarily have to be made up of just fans. This further scared women to be online. That was with premeditation. There were a lot of paid bots that were in this whole game. I decided to get into it and it was horrible for my family. “
“It was exhausting and one day Ram (Sampath, the musician and her husband) would go back to the studio and I would sob on my couch. You’ll see a lot of those swollen looks in my documentary, Shut Up Sona, because dealing with constant trolling and constant negativity hasn’t been easy. It’s certainly not something I enjoy. But it is still worth going through, because it is slowly changing the conversations “, concluded Sona Mohapatra.
On the business front, Salman Khan is currently busy filming Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali next to Pooje Hegde. On the other hand, the documentary Shut Up Sona by singer Sone Mohapatre was released on World Music Day.