Divyanka Tripathi revealed a interesting. The lady has participated in Star Plus’ Nach Baliye and she is working hard with Vivek to take the tropy home. However, the actress has been receiving way too many negative responses form her haters and she could not ignore them anymore.
In an interview with HT, Divyanka accepted that, “Being popular comes with a price tag. In the recent times, I have come across this anti-popularity syndrome. Everything you do is scrutinised to find flaws. Even your popularity is questioned. If you are injured and yet walk without showing the pain and deliver a performance – people call it an act,” she says. Divyanka has had a back problem for years, which got aggravated due to dancing. Her ankle, too, was strained, as she suffered a fracture a year ago.
She adds, “Am I ranting? Not at all. My husband (Vivek Dahiya) and I are our own competition. I love challenges and take them head on. The reason celebrity reality shows work well is because well-known faces participate in them. Popularity barometers question your hard work, but don’t popular people work hard? I don’t believe in overnight success. It’s my hard work, which has brought me here. I’ve toiled hard for days and sacrificed my personal life for it. I have overcome physical pain to deliver a good performance. If you choose to question my hard work, then I must say you’ve succumbed to the anti-popularity syndrome.”
“It is challenging to do two shows together. I pack up from one shoot and head to the rehearsals, and that has been my life for the past few months.” Talking about the negativity online, she says, “As actors, we can’t control scripts, scores or comments. What we do have is our hard work. My biggest motivation are my fans, who constantly send me positive messages through various social networking sites.” Do you agree with Divyanka Tripathi? Let us know.