Ajay Devgn’s Daughter Nyasa Slammed For Visiting Parlor A Day After Her Grandfather’s Dea*th
Yesterday, we brought to you the heartbreaking news of Ajay Devgn’s father Veeru Devgan passing away at the Surya Hospital in Santacruz. The entire Devgn family was left in tears and mourning at the demise of the veteran Bollywood personality. His health was not in the perfect of state since many days and he had been falling sick. Many stars like Aishwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Suniel Shetty, Tusshar Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Boney Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Salim Khan, etc., visited the house to pay their last respect to the deceased.
And being in the glamour world, each and every move of the family is closely monitored. Yesterday, it was Kajol’s breaking down in Aishwarya Rai’s arms, today it is her daughter Nyasa slammed for doing something that shouldn’t have been anyone’s concern.
Ajay and Kajol’s daughter, Nysa Devgn, is just a 16-year-old girl and has often been subjected to trolls. We remember how once Ajay had gone on records and requested all the paparazzi to stay away from his daughter as it is the parent’s who pay the price. And his words still echoed our ears when he had said, “Judge me but don’t judge my kids.”
However, the trolls don’t seem to understand that and stop. In fact, they seem to have taken up the job of moral policing as they are not understanding the harm and negativity they are spreading. And another trolling incident happened when Nysa visited salon just a day after her grandfather, Veeru Devgan’s demise. The trollers took it as an opportunity and bombarded her pictures with negative comments. While there were tonnes of people judging her recent visit, many came to her rescue. Check out the pictures below:
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Ajay had earlier also asked the paps to stay away from his kids. In an interview, he had said, , “I request the paparazzi to at least leave the children alone. Why are they paying the price for their famous parents? I don’t think any child is okay with paparazzi. They want their space. They want to not dress up every time they step out, so it’s very sad when such things happen.”