Jacqueline Replied To Those Who Trolled Her As “Nippon Paint” !!


Female celebrities who are associated with cinema and TV industry getting subjected to online mockery for their dress, look and makeovers is not something new in this internet era. They are easily targeted by online offenders who would throw shades at them for their temporary happiness. One such commenter mocked popular TV anchor Jacqueline for her “make up” only to get a befitting reply from her.

Anchor cum actress Jacqueline who recently appeared in “Kannum Kannum Kollayadithaal” in a cameo role debuted in “Kolamaavu Kokila” as Nayanthara’s sister. She is also doing lead role in a popular serial in Vijay TV. She gained popularity by hosting reality shows in the same channel.

As every other TV stars, Jacqueline is also pretty much active in social media platforms, especially in Instagram amidst this lockdown situation. The 24 year old actress is currently enjoying 7 lakh plus followers for her Instagram account. Check out some of her recent posts below :

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💚 Saree: @vp.avenue

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To one of her recent post in which the emerging actress was seen wearing a grey top and blue jean, Jacqueline added a caption saying “New beginning 💛 #soon #happiness

Check out her post here :

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New beginning 💛 #soon #happiness

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On seeing this post, a number of male followers trolled her by commenting “Nippon Paint” indirectly denoting the amount of make up she applied for her face before posing for the picture. Frustrated with such comments, to one of an Instagram user, the Vijay TV anchor replied by asking him to “check with eye doctor”

Check out the comments and her reply :

Here’s the comment that got Jacqueline’s reply :

\Followed by this, Jacqueline posted a story with a selfie picture of herself without makeup. She who was smiling in the picture, said, that wearing makeup is part of her job and she loves it. “Without makeup, For those who brand for Nippon paint in my comments, And yes I do makeup and love make up, it is also part of my work” she wrote in her story.

Check out the screenshot of her story below :

Earlier, in her Instagram account, she added a picture saying that makeup is not a mask but an art, passion and expression.

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