Ac­tor Kalki Koech­lin says that she has now learnt to stop re­spond­ing to so­cial me­dia trolls

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Ac­tor Kalki Koech­lin (right), who has cre­ated a niche for her­self in Bol­ly­woodis one of the many celebri­ties who have faced the burnt of so­cial me­dia trolls. How­ever, she says she has learnt not to re­spond to them.

Asked if the trolls and neg­a­tive re­marks af­fect her, Kalki said, “Of course it af­fects me, but I have learnt to stop re­spond­ing to them.”

The Zindagi Na Mi­legi Do­bara ac­tor says that one needs to have a good un­der­stand­ing about so­cial me­dia. Kalki, who has over 700,000 fol­low­ers on Twit­ter, says that for her, so­cial me­dia is a great way for in­ter­act­ing with her well-wish­ers.

“For me it is a great way of in­ter­act­ing with fans and keep­ing in touch with my work. It is not just my film work, but also the­atre and writ­ing. So I en­joy so­cial me­dia for that,” Kalki said.

The ac­tor was clear about the fact “that not ev­ery­thing that comes out of so­cial me­dia is use­ful, help­ful or con­struc­tive”.

On the work front, Kalki will be seen in an up­com­ing film, di­rected by Konkona Sen Sharma. Kalki was last seen in Wait­ing, op­po­site Naseeruddin Shah. The film re­ceived pos­i­tive re­views from the au­di­ence.

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