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'Macchhar se zyada aisi naazuk soch se pareshaan hoon ab’: Divyanka Tripathi lashes out at a netizen who found the term 'Indian Mosquito’ derogatory

Popular Television actress Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya is an avid social media user and has a reputation to hit back at trolls in their style only. Recently, she slammed a netizen who tried to target the actress for using the term 'Indian mosquitoes' in her Instagram post. Recently Divyanka took to her Instagram handle and dropped a couple of pictures of her from the gym and captioned it as 'Famous Indian Mosquitoes were my alarm clock today. Hope you all had a better night?! #GoodMorning’. In the pictures, she looked all stunning donning her workout attire but one of the netizens got offended with her caption and took a dig at her by writing, 'Using the term Indian mosquitoes sounds very derogatory to the country. I am a big fan of yours but don't appreciate the coined term.' Now, Divyanka lashed out at this user and said, ‘I’m in India. These mosquitoes are in India. I’m a famous Indian. Those mosquitoes can be famous too. Why this bias between humans and insects? Tch tch! (Above caption was meant to be funny).’ Continuing further she wrote, ‘If you are being serious, then on a serious note – Let’s become mature and real instead of being uber-sensitive Indians & let’s better call a spade a spade. Bharat mein, mere ghar ke baaju mein open naala hai aur yahan macchhar hain! Aur yeh sach hai! Amazon ke jungle mein bhi macchhar hain… Yeh boloon to kya Amazon waasiyon ko bura lagna chaiye? Come on chhoti chhoti baaton pe serious mat ho! Bade bade masle bhi hain hamare aas paas!’ Post this as the user deleted the comment, but the actress shared a screengrab of this conversation and wrote, 'This person quickly deleted the comment. But I do get shocked by such delicate sensitivities. Macchhar se zyada aisi naazuk soch se pareshaan hoon ab’.

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