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BIgg Boss 3 winner Mugen Rao's girlfriend's emotional video message

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 • Tamil Comments

Mugen Rao the Malaysian singer became the title winner of the 'Bigg Boss 3' show hosted by Kamal Haasan and in the process won a huge fan base especially belonging to the fairer sex. One several episodes of the show the dashing young star had spoken highly about his girlfriend Yasmin Nadiah.

However social media users began trolling Yasmin citing that Mugen his handsome while she is dark and average looking and also rumours started that the couple have broken up.

Yasmin Nadiah has taken to Instagram to post a fiery video and an emotional message too against Cyber Bullying. She has written"Better spoken late, than never I thought. I'm an actor. When I got in, I knew & was ready to accept criticism. Like everyone else, I got my share of criticism. Some constructive, many destructive. It was still okay until the border became grey and criticism turned into character assassination. It reached its peak last year. When times got tough for me, some friends whom I thought could be a shoulder to lean on, including some girls who could have understood another girl's vulnerability and sensitivity, joined those who waited to smudge my name instead. The pain was unimaginable."

The young actress has further added "Its easy to believe what we see on social media. Its easy to type a comment and click submit. Its easy to click share. Its easy to join the majority and laugh at and embarras the subject of bully. But it destroys the subject deep inside. It brings down the person's self esteem & traumatises for years. You'd feel life has gotten ugly and there is nothing anymore to cherish about. You'd feel alone because you can't even speak about it to anyone fearing the judgement."

Yasmin has concluded placing emphasis on the threat of cyber bullying in this digital age writing "Let's not be a society of disgrace. We are rich in cultural and moral values. It is okay to troll, comment & criticise as long as it is within the morality we believe. Cyber bullying, some fights through this, some ignores, but some chooses the extreme like our sister Thivya Nayagi. Mind you, she wasn't the first and hope she would be the last, regardless the gender and boundaries."

Mugen Rao has praised his girl writing "A splendid performance comes with deep message love pappu. Kudos to team"

 

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. "Better spoken late, than never I thought. I'm an actor. When I got in, I knew & was ready to accept criticism. Like everyone else, I got my share of criticism. Some constructive, many destructive. It was still okay until the border became grey and criticism turned into character assassination. It reached its peak last year. When times got tough for me, some friends whom I thought could be a shoulder to lean on, including some girls who could have understood another girl's vulnerability and sensitivity, joined those who waited to smudge my name instead. The pain was unimaginable. Its easy to believe what we see on social media. Its easy to type a comment and click submit. Its easy to click share. Its easy to join the majority and laugh at and embarras the subject of bully. But it destroys the subject deep inside. It brings down the person's self esteem & traumatises for years. You'd feel life has gotten ugly and there is nothing anymore to cherish about. You'd feel alone because you can't even speak about it to anyone fearing the judgement. Let's not be a society of disgrace. We are rich in cultural and moral values. It is okay to troll, comment & criticise as long as it is within the morality we believe. Cyber bullying, some fights through this, some ignores, but some chooses the extreme like our sister Thivya Nayagi. Mind you, she wasn't the first and hope she would be the last, regardless the gender and boundaries. . . . Special effects makeup @prishiga_senthilan 1st Concept inspired @jharnabanana 2nd concept & Editing l @yodeki.showtime @superman_kumar ?? l @ark_motion_malaysia Lighting l @kaartibansai . . . #cyberbully #lathichallenge #suicide #specialeffectmakeup #notobullying #nohate

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