Saranya Mohan is an Indian film actress, who has acted in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi films. She is probably best known for her performances in Yaaradi Nee Mohini and Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu.
Saranya married her longtime boyfriend Dr. Aravind Krishnan on 6 September 2015 at Kottamkulangara Devi Temple, Alappuzha. Saranya is blessed with a baby boy whom they have named him Anantapadmanabhan Aravind.
Actors are often at the receiving end of fans’ overt attention, and body shaming, for instance, has not spared anyone, including actresses Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sonakshi Sinha, Vidya Balan, Nazriya Nazim, Samvrutha Sunil and the like. Malayalam actress Saranya Mohan had to face similar experience both during her pregnancy and post-delivery, following which she and her husband gave a befitting reply to netizens.
Her latest picture has gone viral, and in one of her snapshots with her mother, she is seen replying to a comment that weight gain is totally common after child birth, especially post C-Section.
Looks like people have no plans to stop interfering in the personal life of Saranya. The actress has been targeted again, this time as many are unhappy about her body shape. Many have been sharing photos and videos of the actress’ look before and after pregnancy.
She has earlier posted, “”So many hateful comments about a lady becoming a mother. 90 per cent being the so called educated malayali community. I am very proud of being a woman and am happy that I have a real man besides me who understands me for what I am 🙂 There is a saying ‘A man who treats his woman like a princess is proof that he has been raised by a queen.’ I wish, the guys who have posted such abhorrent comments about a lady becoming a mother, a speedy recovery from such chronic mental illness.(sic).”
However, what people fail to understand is no matter how a person looks or turns out to be, it’s their level of contentment and the bliss they are enjoying in life that matters, and targeting women based on their size or colour for that matter at family, workplace or social sphere has to be strictly condemned by people, rather than joining the bandwagon on social media.
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