Anshula Kapoor finds the courage to talk about her ‘biggest insecurity’ on social media

While social media is an unreal platform beauty standards. It is also a tool through which such concerns can be addressed and promoted positive body image.

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many celebrities Around the world, talk aboutbody positivityIn the past – a concept that advocates self-love and acceptance, along with embracing everything about you that you think is ‘flaw’.

of between it Anshula Kapoor. In one of her recent Instagram posts, Anchula – who is the daughter of film producer Boney Kapoor – spoke about one of her “biggest fears”.

She posted a video of herself posing in front of a mirror, and wrote that she was “contemplating posting this video,” because “my arm is one of my biggest insecurities.”

The 31-year-old wrote in the caption, “Wearing anything sleeveless (even at home) still makes me nervous/uncomfortable! [Sic]”

However, she did tell her 499K followers that her “spongy arms and stretch marks are normal human things” and that she makes them who she is. “They make me me! So maybe it’s time to wear what I want to wear, and just go with it? This is my moment…Perfectly proportioned arms—I’m not waiting for that!”

While her half-sister January Kapoor Post hearts in the comments section, son-in-law Anand Ahuja He wrote: “Vulnerability is absolute courage. Thank you for this post!”

This isn’t the first time Anchula has spoken out about body image issues. Earlier this year, she had a He made a powerful note about self-loveFor me today, being ‘healthy’ means a lot more than I look in the mirror. One of my first steps to becoming healthier was to admit that I wasn’t in the best place mentally, and that I had to process what was eating me from the inside before I could I can even start working on anything else.”

“This was the most annoying part. And the hardest part too. It took a lot of therapy. A lot of tears. A lot of uncertainty. Afraid. Setbacks. Unease. Lack of self-confidence. Then came the self-realization. That’s how the healing began. It was a long journey that went on.” Two years ago, and I’m still in progress.”

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