Shruti Hassan shows off her curves during a photoshoot. Photo: shrutzhaasan/Instagram
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Bollywood actress Shruti Hassan admitted that she had gone under the knife while recently taking to the Instagram to slam body shaming.
She talked about her struggle with body image and the constant comments she receives on her appearance.
Having undergone plastic surgery, she says she neither advocates it nor is against it, adding that she chooses to live that way.
Kamal Hassan’s daughter posted a black and white picture on Instagram, captioning it, “I'm not one driven by other people's opinions of me but the constant commenting and she's too fat now she's too thin is so avoidable.
“These two pictures have been taken three days apart. I'm sure there are women out there who relate to what I'm going to say. Most often I'm at the mercy of my hormones mentally and physically and over the years I work hard to try and have a healthy relationship with it. It isn't easy.
“The pain isn't easy the physical changes aren't easy but what's become easier to me is to share my journey. No one famous or not is in a position to judge another person. Ever. That's just not cool. I'm happy to say this is my life, my face and yes I've had plastic surgery which I'm not ashamed to admit.
“Do I promote it? No am I against it? No it's just how I choose to live. The biggest favour we can do for ourselves and others is just be and learn to accept the changes and the movement of our bodies and minds."
Shruti will soon be seen in the two Telugu films, "Krack" opposite Ravi Teja, and other one "Laabam" opposite Vijay Sethupathi.
The actress took to her social media account to share her beauty mantra with her fans on Instagram.
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