Kajol counseled female newbies to show business in a recent interview to never choose plastic surgery as a result of peer pressure; rather, it should always be a personal choice.
Kajol has consistently questioned the film industry’s preconceived notions of beauty. The actress recently discussed the external pressure on actresses to get surgery as she prepares for the release of her film The Trail: Pyaar, Kanoon, Dhokha. The young actresses were given Kajol’s advice that having plastic surgery should always be a “personal choice.” Additionally, the actress commented on rumors that her daughter Nysa Devgn had undergone plastic surgery.
The actress Kajol recently responded to a question about advice she would be prepared to provide to the young female performers by saying, “God has made you in a particular way, and for what God has not made the way you wanted, there’s always make-up!” Kajol added that having surgery should never be a “personal choice” and should never be influenced by someone else. She said: “You shouldn’t do it because 25 people told you to do it; it should be a personal choice.”
In the early years of her career, Kajol recalls having to deal with people making disparaging remarks about her beauty. I was considerably smarter than all these people who were criticizing me, she declared. In my mind, I am cool. Despite critics’ attempts to diminish her, the actress claims that her career is going really well. “So maybe I was doing something right in the whole baggage of things that they put on me,” she continued.
Nysa Devgan, the daughter of Kajol and Ajay Devgan, has previously been the target of savage internet trolling after it was reported that she had undergone plastic surgery. In response to the announcement, Kajol stated that Nysa’s healthy diet and skincare routine were to blame.
With her portrayal in Netflix’s Lust Stories 2, Kajol won over viewers. The Trial: Pyaar Kanoon Dhoka, a web series from Disney+Hotsar, will be her next appearance. Additionally, Kajol and Kriti Sanon will work together on the movie Do Patti, which is being made by Kriti’s recently established production company, Blue Butterfly Films