Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin Actor Aishwarya Sharma aka Pakhi Reveals, 'I Am Afraid Of Checking My Social Media'
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Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin Actor Aishwarya Sharma aka Pakhi Reveals, ‘I Am Afraid Of Checking My Social Media’

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Star Plus show Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin is doing well among the audience. The show has an interesting storyline, twisted plot, and brilliant acting from the actors. Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin stars Neil Bhatt,  Ayesha Singh, Aishwarya Sharma, Yogendra Vikram Singh in the lead roles. Aishwarya Sharma is playing the role of Patralekha, aka Pakhi. Her character has grey shades. She is playing the character of ‘other woman’ in the serial. In the serial, Neil Bhatt and Ayesha Singh are playing a leading couple. However, Neil Bhatt and Aishwarya Singh are a real-life couple. Aishwarya Sharma likes to express her love and share photos with Neil Bhatt on social media. However, the crazy fans did not like it, and they troll her.

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Trolling and hate are increasing day by day on social media. Recently, Aishwarya Sharma was trolled for her character in the show Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin. Not only she was trolled but also received death threats. In a recent interview with E Times, Aishwarya Sharma revealed that she is afraid of checking her social media as the amount of hatred and abuse that she is getting is too much. She said,

“If I post anything online related to my personal life, they start harassing me. I am engaged to Neil, who plays my co-star in the serial. I cannot help that. I like posting about him on my account, but then they call me an insecure woman. I am marrying Neil in real life and I would request people to accept this fact now. I am scared to open my social media account.”

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Talking about the hatred on social media, Aishwarya Sharma said that the audience’s hatred should remain to her character. She added that posting hate comments and writing nasty things about her personal life is unfair. Aishwarya said that people should accept that Neil is my real-life partner, and we planned to get married soon.

“It is very upsetting. People need to realize that I am playing a fictional character. They hurl abuses and make comments like I deserve to die. Apart from sending me direct messages, people tag me while making nasty remarks. I mean bit** has become my second name of sorts online. Also, if I post anything online related to my personal life, they start harassing me.”

The actors are acting as it is their profession. So harassing them on social media is really unfair. Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin is a remake of a Bengali show Kusum Dola.

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