Aliya Hamidi opens up on body and age shaming

Aliya Hamidi opens up on body and age shaming

While it is said that age is just a number, but many people hide their real age. According to actor Aliya Hamidi, people do not reveal their age because of age-shaming. She says, “Today you have so many aesthetic surgeries so why is there a need to reveal your age? Whatever your age is, you can be young by heart. I am young and if you see Mouni Roy or Deepika Padukone, they are in their thirties, yet they look so youthful and gorgeous. When I see my niece and nephew, they are 13 and 14 years old, but they look quite mature, maybe in their twenties. They look older at such a young age. So, you can’t actually say what one’s age is by the way that person looks.”

Age shaming has become a common thing, both publicly and on social media. “For men, there is no age limit but I don’t know why people do that with women in particular. I really don’t understand those people who body shame or age shame others,” she adds.

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