Mrunal Thakur On Being Trolled For Having Pear-Shaped Body: 'Why Do We Need Kardashians To Set beauty Standards?'

Mrunal Thakur's pear-shaped body has been a regular target of trolling. The actress has now talked about how she wants to redefine beauty norms.

Actress Mrunal Thakur recently gave an empowering stance on body positivity and challenging conventional beauty standards. Mrunal candidly shared her experience of being criticized for her body shape, specifically labeled as 'pear-shaped.According to the actress, “They (people) have a problem with pear body shape, I don’t.” In a conversation with ‘Humans of Bombay’, she boldly declared her intention to redefine beauty norms.

Speaking about ‘beauty standards’, Mrunal Thakur said, “I'm going to change that beauty standard by flaunting my curves.”

She shared, “Earlier, I was so afraid of wearing anything that was body-hugging and now I'm like body-hugging - bring It on and crop top - bring it on.” Mrunal also added, “Why do we need Kardashians to set the beauty standards? Every Indian woman walking on the streets is so curvaceousThey're so beautiful, I love the texture of their skin and their hair. Why wait for the West let us do it.”

Mrunal Thakur on Going Through Tough Days 

Mrunal also acknowledged the challenging days where getting out of bed feels daunting for herShe said, “There were days where I didn’t want to wake up, I didn’t want to get out of my bed, but I did. Not for others, but for myself.  I’m feeling low one day, two days, three days, weeks, months, but nobody’s going to care except your family. So I feel like it’s so important to remind ourselves that if there are bad days, there will be good days. So that was just like proof, there are days, and it’s normal for you to feel not okay.”

On the work front, Mrunal Thakur and Vijay Deverakonda's last film 'The Family Staris set to release on OTT platform amazon Prime Video on april 26.

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