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Bollywood diva speaks on the crying girl video, defends mother

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • August 26, 2017
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Remember the crying kid from the viral video? Yes, the same kid who was wailing her eyes out after being hit, requesting her mother ‘pyaar se padhaiye.‘ If you don’t, this is how disturbing the sight was. While we were recuperating from the agony we had witnessed, along with the hoard of public figures like Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh who spoke against child abuse, the news of her identification came to the fore. She was identified as Haya, singer and music-composer duo – Sharib and Toshi’s niece.

Toshi defended his sister saying that the kid is stubborn and that the video was meant for their family Whatsapp group only, nothing takes away from the fact that the 3-year-old kid endured excruciating mental pressure. Which, in turn, gave rise to a lot of debates/discussions on the same. Now, Shilpa Shetty, a mother herself, has joined the discussion.

 In a recent media interaction, the actress voiced her opinion about the entire issue. She said, “I saw the video and I was very pained to see it as a mother. But then only a mother can understand what is best for her child. No one else has the right to say how a mother should bring up or raise her child”. Having said that, she, however, confessed that she wouldn’t do the same with her child, Viaan. 

“It is not really my thing to say to whether what happened with that child was good or bad. As a parent, I will not do that to my child”, Shilpa further added. As a mother, one would agree with what the diva wants to say but her claim of a mother being infallible is humanly impossible.

Let’s not forget the intensity of the pain, the impressionable kid went through.



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