India is full of hypocrites so does our Bollywood. Recently, Abhay Deol slammed the celebrities who were mute on the condition of migrants, poor and needy but raised their voice to support black lives protest holding in the United States.
Abhay Deol shared the analysis to show how Indians are obsessed with skin lightening products.
According to the study, the obsession of India for skin lightening has turned to a medical problem.
I will admit that I am also obsessed with a lighter tone because that’s what our society demands. I remember at the early teenage years of mine, I was only 13-14 years old I wanted to be the fairer and fairer. Hence, I used to apply every type of creams, masks, packs and face wash that was available in my home.
One day, I thought of applying nail thinner to my face pack as I thought that thinner is powerful to remove nail polish so it has the ability to remove my acne and pimple marks. Hence I poured some thinner and applied the pack.
I didn’t know when I fell asleep, and the next morning I woke up as my face was burning. I ran towards the washbasin and was scared to find that my whole face was burnt down. After that, my father consulted our family dermatologist and went for 45 days of medication. After the incident, I stopped experimenting and till now I don’t use such creams or packs and prefer applying of minimal make-up.
Since childhood, I watch our favourite stars endorsing fairness creams.
Priyanka Chopra posted on her Instagram quoting George Floyd’s last words “Please I can’t breathe”.
Twitter and Instagram have also slammed Priyanka Chopra Jonas, have a look:
However, we are proud of some of our celebrities who have raised other concerns as well like Kiara Advani, Ileana etc..