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Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia Opens Up About Being Private On Social Media

Best loved by her fans and audiences for flawlessly playing characters of Meher and now Seher in Choti Sarrdaarni, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia opens up about being private on social media.

One of the rising TV stars on the block whose performance both as Meher and now Seher in Colors TV’s hit indian serial Choti Sarrdaarni is being loved by the audiences and fans as well, in a recent interview Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia opens up about being private on social media.

Talking about why she decided to distance her personal life away from the world of social media glare and more since her entry into world of showbiz, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia opens up about being private on social media.

Mentioning about how it is important to be active and available on social media but even then its necessary to define some boundaries as well, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia opens up about being private on social media.

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In her recent interview with a leading digital entertainment portal on being asked about importance of social media in her life, Nimrit said, “I believe social media is extremely important as it gives us the ability to reach out and make a difference, yet it cannot be one’s life. I love using my social media to interact with my fans and express myself on things that I truly believe in. However, I do realise the cons that social media brings with it. It can take a toll on one’s mental health as we constantly tend to compare our lives with others and how reel starts seeming real. Besides, social media can get very addictive and sometimes become very difficult to manage”.

She also revealed, “My schedule of social media would be to share some aspects of shoots from the set or interaction with my fans. Ever since I have stepped into showbiz, I have become more private and out of the social media box. I believe that I wouldn’t want some aspects of my life to be for public scrutiny or judgement. With time, I have learned not to easily get affected by any trolls or social media bullying, I prefer to keep my distance”.

She furthermore shared, “In my opinion social media if used wisely, can play a huge role in inspiring people, in backing ideas that can make a difference; be it growing businesses, entities, etc. It’s an extension of one’s personality which makes me more accessible and relatable to my audiences”.

Finally speaking about current track of the show, Nimrit quipped, “With the current track, the whole vibe of the show has changed. Earlier, I was playing a mother, now I am a young girl who is full of energy, is vivacious and wants to live life on her own terms. So yes, personally it has now become much more fun and relatable”.

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