Zara Noor Abbas, the name which today does not need any introduction. The beautiful lady has already created a niche for herself in the showbiz industry. And has made place in more than zillion hearts. It is because of her charm and powerful acting skills that she becomes a household name. The actress is all set to made her silver screen debut with Parey Hut Love alongside Sheheryar Munawar and Maya Ali. Recently took to Instagram and posted a message for all those who indulge in body shaming.
With powerful inspiring message, Zara shared a collage of one of her previous photo-shoot which had original photo on right side and photoshopped photo in left side. And she wrote that
A shoot i did sometime ago. The people involved sent me this picture and i made a collage of it. For the longest time I have heard people telling me that I am ‘ too broad ‘ or ‘ too big ‘ I was told: Sizes 4 and 6 SHOULD be my friends! I should go through body transforming surgery. A very prestigious brand didn’t want to work with me because I was not ‘ petite.
She also revealed that after receiving means comments she started to stop liking her own self.
This disturbed me a lot on different levels but one level so loathing that I stopped liking myself wearing anything. I began to question if it was all about how I looked and not about who I am at heart or if i am talented or not.
If I’d have carbs at dinner, I’d cry. If i’d have some chips to eat, people would tell to get rid of them because actresses and models dont eat. They have to look desirable. And ONLY skinny is desriable. If I had desserts, I’d hate myself later on and create an energy so negative that it effected me mentally.
At the end she does not only say to haters that she will never change but also gives inspiration to others.
Then one fine day, while this was taking a huge toll on me, I looked at myself and told myself what I always believed in. Being who you are. And who am I?
I am a curvy woman. And I love myself. Take me as who I am or else don’t bother at all. I will never change myself for what you think I should be.
Well this surely inspired me and i also started to love myself again. What do you feel about the post? Share your thoughts and views in the comment section below.
Author: Huma Ali
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