This Actress Is Slamming Every Pervert Who Asked The Size Of Her Breast During Live Chat

In the wake of Indian PM Narendra Modi announcing the demonetisation of then-existing ₹500 and ₹1000 notes in the country, Telugu actor Shraavya Reddy went Live on Facebook and voiced her opinion about the same. The young actress hailed the Indian PM for the bold move and clearly mentioned that she intends to inform everyone who has not been able to update themselves with the news.

However, things got ugly when a particular fan starting asking about her breast size in the Comment section.


The actress was in rude shock when the Comment appeared again and again and, hence, decided blasted the guy while Live on the video.

“Come on yaar, why do you guys see my body when I am telling something very important.

India is going down man. Fuck that. Yes, I am using vulgar language but you are using and lot of people are seeing your comments. I am not showing my body. Don’t praise my boobs.

Yes, I have amazing boobs. What’s your problem? Will your mother not have? Every girl has boobs,” she said.


A rightfully irritated Shraavya urged her followers to focus on the issue at hand, demonetisation, and not concentrate on things that don’t matter.

“First take the information, man. Come on! It’s enough. I have already replied to a lot of people on my page whoever comments on my breasts. This is not what I am talking about right now,” she said.

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Incidentally, it’s not the first time fans and followers have behaved this shamelessly. Even actress Shruti Hassan was recently questioned about her religion – Hindu or Muslim – in a Facebok Live video.

However, instead of choosing to lose her temper, the singer-actress had a very smart reply to the stupid question. She had said:

“I am an Indian and I believe that all Gods are beautiful and equal so that is not a very polite question.”

Seriosuly, with questions stooping so low, the whole purpose of celebrities having a Live interaction with fans and followers has been maligned.

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