Naagin 6 star Tejasswi Prakash remembers being skinny shamed and called a ‘hanger’ during school

    Naagin 6 star Tejasswi Prakash remembers being skinny shamed and called a ‘hanger’ during school

    Actress Tejasswi Prakash is currently one of the most loved actresses of television. But there was a time when she was skinny shamed in school.

    Naagin 6 star Tejasswi Prakash remembers being skinny shamed and called a ‘hanger’ during school

    One of the most popular celebs of Indian television, the gorgeous Tejasswi Prakash began her career in the entertainment industry a decade ago. But it was with her performance in Swaragini - Jodein Rishton Ke Sur, that she rose to prominence. The beauty went on to work in shows like Pehredaar Piya Ki and Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka before participating in Khatron Ke Khiladi 10. Earlier this year, Tejasswi won hearts with her journey in Bigg Boss 15 along with the trophy and title of the reality show.

    Apart from being a talented actress and an adored celebrity, Tejasswi is also extremely fit. No matter how busy her work schedule is, she manages to take out time for her health and works out. But in a recent chat with iDiva, Tejasswi revealed that she was very thin during her school days. The actress shared, “I used to be extremely skinny in school. Like people used to call me a hanger. I was extra skinny. So when we used to play on our school's playground then people used to tell me 'Keep a ₹5 coin in your pocket or you'll fly away'.”

    Even before emerging as the winner of Bigg Boss 15, Tejasswi bagged the lead role in Ekta Kapoor’s supernatural thriller series Naagin 6 . She also found love this year in Karan Kundrra during her time in the BB house. Well, it has been a pretty exciting year for the beauty. Currently she is busy playing a double role in Naagin-- Sarvashreshth Shesh Naagin Pratha and her daughter Prathna Gujral.

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