Ajay on Nysa being trolled: The mindset of people who do these things is rubbish, such nonsensical comments made through fake identities.
A few weeks back, Ajay Devgn and Kajol’s daughter Nysa Devgn was massively trolled on social media after a picture of Nysa wearing a long blue hoodie went viral on social media.
Later, netizens trolled her for not wearing pants along with the hoodie. Now as parents, nobody would like to see that their 12-year-old daughter being subjected to online trolling and since Ajay Devgn and Kajol, both are on social media, we are sure the trolling wasn’t pleasant for them.
Now in a recent interview, when Ajay was quizzed about Nysa and social media trolling, the Omkara actor said, "Jo bhi yeh karte hain, unka mindset bakwaas hota hai (The mindset of people who do these things is rubbish).
So we too, don't bother about all that, nor do we pay any heed to such nonsensical comments made through fake identities.” Time and again, Ajay Devgn has clarified that his daughter is not inclined towards acing and as for his son Yug, he is too young to take a call and decide a career path for himself. “You never know, slowly he will get into his studies more seriously. However, today's kids have a lot of exposure. They have the internet as well as television and more to learn from. We did not have such platforms. Whenever I am stuck with my cell phone, I just take it to Yug, and he brings it back to normalcy without any effort,” said Ajay. A few days back, Ajay Devgn’s father, Veeru Devgan, passed away and a galaxy of B-town celebs had come to pay their last respects and after the last rites, Kajol took to social media to pen a heartwarming message for her late father in law as she wrote, “In happier times ... .He won the award for a lifetime of achievement on this day but it took a lifetime to prove. So many people mourn the life of the man but that was a life well lived... RIP with love.”
On the work front, Ajay Devgn is busy filming Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, which also stars stars Saif Ali Khan.
The film is based on the life of Tanaji Malusare who was a military leader in the army of Chhatrapati Shivaji.