Plastic surgery is that word which must not be named you clearly are not a Potter fan to not understand in Bollywood. The year-old, mother of one, Ayesha shocked everyone with her drastic transformation. Ayesha Takia was known for her cute face, and pleasing features is unrecognisable in the pictures splashed all over the social media. Undergoing cosmetic surgery is a personal choice, but it is sad to see the female celebrities succumbing to the pressure of the downside of beauty standards. Ayesha is neither the first nor will be the last in the long list of actresses who opted for plastic surgery to enhance their beauty. From yesteryear stars like Sridevi to new-age divas like Kangana Ranaut, Anushka Sharma, Vaani Kapoor, everyone seems to be in a rush to get lip, nose, breast and god-knows-what job done. Obviously, some confess of the truth while majority chose to remain mum on the topic. Ayesha Takia, latest victim of plastic surgery gone wrong in Bollywood? She was appreciated for her true Indian beauty looks.
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She should know. Each to their own. Every woman wants to be the best version of themselves. So be it colouring your hair or injecting something to get to that point [it's ok]. I have never felt the need to do so. Your decision on this front is also about the lifestyle that you adopt.
These same principles have helped build strong, successful religious communities for thousands of years. That means that we are always changing and growing. It's called selfishness and inability to set priorities. I hate to say it, but I don't see this ending well.