In response to allegations that her mother gave her hormone injections, Hansika Motwani
Hansika Motwani’s television show Hansika’s Love Shaadi Drama’s most recent episode addressed persistent rumours that she received hormone injections.The actor and her mother addressed the unfounded rumours in the second episode of the reality series, which follows Hansika’s wedding to Sohael Khaturiya.
Hansika began her acting career as a young child. She made her film debut in Koi Mil Gaya before moving on to Shaka Laka Boom Boom. Many people were surprised by how quickly she had grown in just a few years, and she soon made her acting debut in South Korean films in lead roles. Many questioned whether Hansika’s mother was giving her growth-promoting hormone shots.
“This is the cost of being a celebrity,” said Hansika in response to the problem on the show. They penned such shit when I was 21, if you know what I mean. If I could have taken it then, I can take it now. Today is nothing… Everyone claimed that I had received shots to speed my development. People thought that when I was eight years old, my mother gave me hormone injections to help me grow up to be a lady. “After that, I became an actress,” she continued.
“If so, I must be wealthier than Tata Birla,” her mother commented. I would have said, “Tum bhi aao, aa kar apni haddi baddi karvao,” if that were the situation. (You also come to me and help yourself grow taller.) What surprises me is that those who write this claim, “Unke pass dimaag naam ki cheez nahi hoti hai kya?” (Do they lack common sense).We are a Punjabi family, and our daughters grow quickly between the ages of 12 and 16.
In the first installment, Hansika and Sohael talked about the controversy surrounding their nuptials. According to social media rumors, Hansika’s prospective husband Sohael previously married a friend of hers. Hansika was even charged with “splitting apart” Sohael’s home by many. “It’s not my responsibility just because I was friends with them at the time.” I have nothing to do with this. Because I was well known, it was easy for people to hold me responsible for everything. In the pilot, Hansika said, “This was the price I had to pay for becoming renowned.”