Rhea Chakraborty talks about her tough times, being labeled
MUMBAI, JUNE 24 (IANS) Actress Rhea Chakraborty, who works as a gang leader on MTV’s youth adventure reality show Roadies – Karm ya Kaand, spoke about the difficult times she faced in life when people called her out.
On the upcoming episode of MTV Roadies – Karm ya Kaand, Riya will be seen empathizing with contestant Choli Nada during auditions on the topic of body positivity.
Ria will be shown remembering her experience where she chose to rise up and fight all the hate, rather than give in to it. You’ll mention: “A lot of people will say a lot of things. I’ve been labeled with many names, and many things have been said about me. But will I accept these labels? Kya main unke wajah se apne life me rukungi? Balakl bhai nahi. Let them go. Kawn hye woo?” (Will it stop me from living the life I want, absolutely not. Let them go. Who are these people hanging on to me?)”
The upcoming episode will see Shuli Nadir, a talented gymnast, sharing her traumatic experience with an abusive boyfriend and the many discriminatory labels she battled because of the color of her skin. Her story will make all gang leaders emotional.
Gang leader Rhea will appear empathizing strongly with her and saying, “There’s nothing wrong with your color, you’re so beautiful and strong. You deserve the best in life and go bhi aapk sath hwa, oh aapki galti nahi hai, unki galti hai.”
‘MTV Roadies – Karm ya Kaand’ airs on Saturdays and Sundays on MTV India and Jio Cinema.