Recently, actor-musician Saba Azad made headlines for her performance at Lakme Fashion Week. However, amidst her success, she faced online trolls who criticized her work. In response, Saba addressed the negativity head-on. When one user questioned her mental state after seeing her dance performance, she replied, “Yes, I must be mad to wake up every day amidst the constant hate, hoping for a better day. I smile and carry on despite people like you, who spread nothing but hate from behind their screens. That’s your legacy – spreading negativity.”
Saba Azad’s Candid Response to Online Trolls
Another troll questioned her sanity, to which Saba retorted, “Yes, I must be mad to endure the constant hate and still find the strength to live my life. What did I do to you? I’m living my life; you should do the same instead of waiting for my downfall.”
Saba Azad’s Approach to Dealing with Online Hate
In an earlier interview with India Today, Saba opened up about dealing with online hate, acknowledging the impact it can have. Despite the negativity, she has learned to treat it as background noise and not let it affect her.
Saba Azad, known for her roles in films like “Dil Kabaddi” and “Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge,” as well as her appearances in Netflix’s “Feels Like Ishq” and the web series “Rocket Boys 2,” remains resilient in the face of online negativity, focusing on her work and positive energy.