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I am more than my breasts, says Pooja Bedi's teenage daughter Aalia Ebrahim

New Delhi: Former Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi has been quite known for her ‘bindas' and bold avtar who prefers speaking her heart out.And it seems her 18 year old daughter Aalia Ebrahim is following her
India TV Entertainment Desk January 01, 2016 15:52 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

New Delhi: Former Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi has been quite known for her ‘bindas' and bold avtar who prefers speaking her heart out.

And it seems her 18 year old daughter Aalia Ebrahim is following her mother's footsteps now.

Aalia is still a teenager, but is quite popular for posting her sizzling pictures on her social media account.

However, things took an ugly turn for the young girl, when she came across the negative comments about her on a web portal. Reportedly, a web-portal had done a photo-story on Aalia in a way of introducing her to the world. While Aalia was quite happy with the post, she got upset after going through the vulgar comments about her on the article.

With the generation next in Bollywood not being afraid to speak their mind out, Aalia decided to give her haters a sharp reply through her personal blog.

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Aalia wrote, “"I came across a very nice post by Miss Malini that featured me. Everything within the post was very respectful and well said. When I read the comments, my smile faded away. All anyone spoke about was how I was barely wearing any clothes, how I was just another "r***i," that "taking my clothes off" just made me an unworthy s**t. That I was "porn ready," not "bollywood ready" and of course the perennial "Indian girls like this are ruining our culture." I took a deep breath and went back to doing what I was doing. My plan was to ignore it like I ignored everything else that brought even an ounce of negativity into my life. But this annoyed me and refused to budge from the back of my mind." She further added, "If my cleavage is visible, it does not mean I am giving consent, it does not mean I am "asking for it." I am more than my breasts and it is unfair to let them define me."

Well, Aalia has indeed given a well-deserved reply to her haters and has proved that she is not the one to take indignity so lightly.