Musician and actress Saba Azad is winning people's heart with her exceptional performance in her new web-series "Who's Your Gynac". The show explores and depicts the journey of a Obstertrician and Gynaecologist. Saba and her new show both are receiving praises from the audience. In her recent interview, actress finally talked about facing trolling for her personal relationship. Saba is dating Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan from past one year. Both of them made their relationship public last year by stepping out of a restaurant hadn-in-hand. They have been often spotted together on dinner and movies dates together. They even attend several events and occassion together and have express their love on social media platforms. Amidst their strong love for each other, Saba has been subjected to brutal online trolling for dating Hrithik who is 12 years older to her.
Saba Azad on Getting hate online:
Saba Azad who is busy promoting her new web-series got into candid chat with India Today.in., where she for the first time opened up about receiving hate on social media for dating Hrithik Roshan and how it effected her. She said, "“I am a very private person, everyone around me will vouch for it. I barely step out, I love being at home. Hence, it was very daunting in the beginning. It was scary. I won’t lie. I felt exposed in a way I never felt before. However, you understand and empathise that I may not relate to paparazzi culture but that guy who is taking a photo is doing his job. There is some space in the market which is curious about other people’s lives. He is filling that space. I am existing and doing my job.”
Further, she talked about how she was brutally trolled on social media platform, when she and Hrithik made their relationship public and how she coped up with the hate, she said, "It’s taken me quite sometime to come to a place where I treat everything else as white noise because hatred is palpable. I am not made of stone, it hits you. You feel like sh*t. There are days when you wake up and you wonder ‘what did I do to anyone?’ ‘What did I do to you?’ ‘I am living my life, you live yours’ ‘why are you waiting for my blood?’ But at some point you realise you are not responsible for how people think and what they are projecting on you are what they are going through. It has nothing to do with you. Once you realise that, peace prevails.”