When Saiyami Kher began performing, someone advised her to get a lip and nose job: “When people body shame, it’s incredibly sad,”
When she first began her acting career, people advised Saiyami Kher to get a lip and nose job, but she refused to let the insults affect her.
Saiyami Kher has spoken up about how she was subjected to fat shaming by professionals in the field when she first started out as an actor. The performer claimed that because she was “thick-skinned,” the comments did not hurt her too much, but she still finds it unfortunate that people can be so careless with their words. Saiyami didn’t mention any specific individuals when discussing her experience.
Rey, a 2015 Telugu release, served as Saiyami’s film debut. She then made her way into Marathi and Hindi films with Mauli (2018) and Choked, respectively (2020). Additionally, she contributed to the web series Breathe Into the Shadows and Special OPS.
I am really thick-skinned, Saiyami said when speaking about her struggle with body shame in an interview with India Today. The actor you are makes you that. People criticise you and say hurtful things. I was urged to do a lip job and a nose job when I first started out. I was informed of numerous items similar to that. I feel fairly at ease in my own flesh. I’m content with how I was created. So it didn’t upset me as much, but it’s quite sad when people make derogatory comments about others’ bodies since there are people who have health issues.
The actor suggested that when discussing physical issues, people should be more sensitive. There are individuals that are extremely sensitive. We must be aware that the words we use to communicate with one another have the potential to cause great harm to another person. Without it, there would be a lot of negativity, she continued.
Saiyami’s next appearance will be in the online series Faadu: A Love Story by Ashwini Iyer Tiwary, which also features Pavail Gulati and Abhilash Thapliyal. SonyLiv will start streaming the romantic drama on December 9, which has been dubbed “an intense poetic love narrative between two opposite characters.”