Trolls will appeal to children and adults alike
Sonam Kapoor urged her fans and followers on Twitter to stop making celebrities a target of online trolls
Shah Rukh Khan, first Indian actor to speak at TED Talks, is trending
Sonam Kapoor says, "I'm a terribly self-assured woman. The trolls can be sexist and judgmental but I know I'm smart and capable of expressing an opinion"
Swara Bhaskar, who was last seen in Avinash Das' film in Anaarkali Of Aarah, said the world of Twitter and the social media trolling is a very stark example of how our society functions
Actress Taapsee Pannu can't wait for her fans to see her new all-glam look in Judwaa 2. NDTV.com got her chatting about her upcoming masala entertainer with Varun Dhawan, handling trolls on social media and a lot more.
Actress Alia Bhatt, who will soon begin shooting for Ayan Mukerji's Dragon, said that she is the 'queen of trolls'. "I have an opinion on everything but there are so many opinions that I think Twitter can do with one less opinion," said Alia Bhatt. She added that she finds the whole trolling aspect 'superficial.'
Singer Chinmayi Sripaada, who is petitioning against rape threats, told NDTV that five years back, she was the first in India to file a complaint against online harassment. She said, "That time also Twitter didn't react on time and later I had to ask for help."
Singer Chinmayi Sripaada, who received tweets like "You need to be raped," "I'll throw acid on your face," said that she had faced similar threats before five years ago. She further added that when the law-makers asked Twitter to take action against the culprits, the micro-blogging site had refused to help and then she had to ask for help.