Television's immensely talented actress Niti Taylor who is winning hearts globally for essaying the role of a derisible girl in Life OK's show Ghulaam is totally opposite to her character in real life. Like many youngsters, Niti too, is active on the social media. But off late, the actor has been addressing various issues through her comments via her Instagram handle.
The actress says, "My fans are quite interactive. They keep asking me various questions or want me to talk about certain topics," After her fans urged her to watch the hit show, '13 Reasons Why', which addresses teenage issues, Niti also began talking about them through her social media handle.
"I have been bullied in school and I felt if I could help even one person and tell them you are not alone, it would indeed make a difference. There are things, at times, that you can't explain to anyone. Usually, people revert with comments such as don't take things to your heart' and how does it matter'. But deep down inside, only you know how it feels. It started with a good intention and some gyaan baazi (laughs)."
The actor adds, "I'm glad that they feel comfortable sharing their problems with me. I'm happy that I could help them deal with their problems related to their parents, boyfriends, and issues they faced in schools and colleges. Most teenage girls have problems such as their dark complexion and obesity. Casual remarks by family and friends calling them kaali (black) or moti (fat) hurt their self-esteem," says Niti, who has urged many of these girls to have a word with their parents, especially their mothers, and talk about their problems.