Twinkle Khanna is one of the renowned faces in Bollywood. The actress is vocal on different issues and frequently shares her opinion on different things. In a recent post, Twinkle opens up about age shaming and talked about celebrating ageing.
Twinkle took to social media and wrote, “Age is a mathematical problem. There are numbers that need to be tackled. It is not a division sum though, where we are reduced to a fraction of what we once were. It is a multiplier. At 40, you are still the pigtailed girl who once climbed trees and beat up all the boys. The young woman with a disdain for convention. The new mother with leaky breasts and fierce ambition.”
The actress further explaining her points said, "As you go along, you carry every version of you inside. You don’t have one heartbreak, one breakdown, one true love, one success; you have a mountain of them. And those wrinkly-crinkly lines? How about we consider them the equivalent of a general’s medals, pinned to our skin, a reminder of all the battles we have survived, and the ones we have won. Agree? Disagree?"
As soon as it catches the eyes of people they started commenting on it. One user wrote, “Totally!!! Accept it and age gracefully.” Another wrote, “Yes darling agree totally getting better smarter wiser, forget my creeky bones, or my weight issues, am still the best at my age & yes alwaz thanking God!” Another wrote, “You are right it’s a mathematical problem! When the age number comes in mind then you start thinking, start bothering and assume you are getting old. I believe we should rather eat healthy, exercise and stay young.”
On the career front Twinkle Khanna made her debut opposite Bobby Deol in Barsaat (1995). The film did well at the box office, and she received the Filmfare Best Debut Award for her performance. A nd the village belle in Mela (2000). She paired Venkatesh in the year 1999 in a Telugu movie Seenu. The actress is also a very good author and has written various books.
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