Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar poses for a photograph.
Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar is facing severe backlash on social media for using abusive words to a four-year-old child actor on the chat show "Son Of Abish".
A video spreading like wildfire on social media shows Swara using the swear words for a child actor with whom she worked with in an advertisement shoot during her early days in the film industry.
Apparently, Swara got angry because the child had addressed her as aunty.
In the video clip, the actress is seen speaking about how disappointed she was with the shoot, adding that the kid calling her "aunty" only made her angrier.
In her defence the actress says she did not use abusive words to the child actor's face, but uttered it in her thoughts. She added that children were basically "evil".
Twitterati started slamming the actress no sooner than the video went viral, and the hashtag #Swara_aunty has been trending on the micro-blogging website since Tuesday morning.
According to ibtimes, an NGO -- Legal Rights Protection Forum -- has reportedly filed a complaint before the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, and demanded action against Swara.
Indo-Asian News Service
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