Don’t blame the Beats, Trolls of RCB on Anushka Sharma:
Royal Challengers Bangalore hasn’t been doing well in IPL 2018 along with the Trolls were after Anushka Sharma, for her husband the reverses of Virat Kohli. Although Kohli himself has played very well this season, scoring a total of 317 runs in seven games so far, in an amazing average of 63.40 and glorious attack speed of almost 150, his team RCB now stands second last in the rankings. After RCB dropped its 5th game this season, this time against Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday, it triggered another bout of Anushka harassment from the Trolls.
Primarily, the existence of Anushka doesn’t have any role to play in the result of any cricket game. She’s like every other spectator in the stands, watching the match and cheering for her staff. Blaming her for the loss of RCB is just dumb. Imagine if you had been emerging for an exam and also a buddy accompanied you on the best way to provide moral support. In case you do not do well in this examination, could you blame your buddy?
Likewise, is not it plain illogical to blame Anushka for the reductions of Virat Kohli’s IPL staff? Rather than resorting to inexpensive shots and attacks on Anushka, Trolls must get a life and make a long, hard look at the performance of the players to understand why the team dropped. In the end, a priest is just as good as his staff. Such beliefs are old superstition. A query to such winches: what about the time when Anushka was Chinnaswamy stadium and RCB won? In either case, it’s victory or a defeat, Anushka doesn’t have control whatsoever on any participant or group’s performance.
Blind superstition has never made sound arguments. Let us do a clear thing: blame a female, in this case, Anushka, to get team or player’s poor performance is the hallmark of a misogynistic position. As a while, the achievement of a guy it’s because he works hard however, the collapse is since the woman diverted him. Trolls rely on the meme and derogatory attacks to ridicule and error Anushka to get Kohli’s captaincy. She’s reduced to some scapegoat on whom they could pin the players’ failures and shortcomings. These trolls that are sexist don’t care that Anushka, an actor, takes some time from her many work related obligations to go and support her husband be it domestic or international.
In a fierce effort to close down trolls Anushka, Kohli had said in a tweet Shame on individuals such as trolling Anushka Sharma non stop. Have some compassion. She’s always only given me pleasure. When Kohli himself believes Anushka a constructive effect and she feels encouraged by her support to do you, the trolls, have an issue? Grow up or get help.