Suhana Khan gave a furious reply after being called ‘Kaali Chudail’ by a User

Suhana Khan gave a furious reply after being called 'Kaali Chudail' by a User

In a bold stance against online hate, Suhana Khan, daughter of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, fiercely responded to an offensive remark labeling her as ‘Kaali Chudail’ (Black Witch) by a user. The incident sheds light on the persistent issue of cyberbullying faced by public figures and highlights the younger generation’s determination to confront such negativity head-on. Suhana’s strong reaction adds to the ongoing conversation about the impact of social media and the need for a more respectful online discourse.


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Suhana is sanwli, said Shah Rukh Khan!

Suhana has faced an overwhelming amount of judgment even before making her movie debut, primarily due to her father’s public figure status and her own visibility in the public eye. People have been unkindly critical of her appearance, revealing the deep-rooted nature of colorism in our society. Even her father, known for appearing in fairness cream ads, has made controversial statements about Suhana’s skin color.

Shah Rukh in an interview gave statement, “I’ll be honest, my daughter is sanwli (dusky), but she’s the most beautiful girl in the world”? The issue lies in the use of “but,” which implies the idea that someone with dark skin is considered unattractive unless explicitly stated otherwise. This contrasts with the commonly-used statement, “Kitni sundar gori-chitti hai?” where fair skin is automatically associated with beauty in the desi context, while dark skin is default labeled as unattractive based on this logic.


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For an extended period, Bollywood has grappled with the issue of labeling dark-skinned women as “unconventional” in appearance, even though dark skin is the prevalent norm in India. Despite this reality, the proportion of representation of dark skin on screen compared to its prevalence in real life is significantly imbalanced. There is a crucial need for more actresses resembling Suhana, ensuring that young Indian girls, observing her, encounter an image of beauty and glamour that transcends the conventional white and eurocentric standards.

Suhana Khan or Kaali Chudail??

Suhana Khan’s recent Instagram post has stirred up social media, revealing the unattractive side of Indian society. Comments like “kaali chudail” have been posted under her photos, criticizing her dark skin as if it were a negative trait, and some even went to the extent of labeling her as ugly. Even Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter is not spared from bullying based on her skin tone in India, highlighting the unfortunate reality of our society.

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On Instagram, Suhana shared screenshots of insulting comments she received about her dark skin, accompanied by a message addressing societal standards. She expressed regret that social media, Indian matchmaking, or even one’s own family might convince individuals that beauty is defined solely by specific physical attributes. The post includes sarcastic responses to the rude comments, highlighting the absurdity of such superficial judgments.

The colorism in IG post

Suhana Khan, the daughter of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, has exposed derogatory remarks from trolls on social media, where she was labeled as “kaali” and ugly. The 20-year-old responded with a strong message against colorism, delivering a fitting reply to the trolls. The IG caption of her post read,

“There’s a lot going on right now and this is one of the issues we need to fix!! this isn’t just about me, it’s about every young girl/boy who has grown up feeling inferior for absolutely no reason. Here are just a few of the comments made about my appearance. I’ve been told I’m ugly because of my skin tone, by full grown men and women, since I was 12 years old.”

“Other than the fact that these are actual adults, what’s sad is that we are all indian, which automatically makes us brown – yes we come in different shades but no matter how much you try to distance yourself from the melanin, you just can’t. Hating on your own people just means that you are painfully insecure. I’m sorry if social media, Indian matchmaking or even your own families have convinced you, that if you’re not 5″7 and fair you’re not beautiful. I hope it helps to know that I’m 5″3 and brown and I am extremely happy about it and you should be too. #endcolourism”


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