Sonam Kapoor drew Twitterati's ire earlier this month when she called India a "3rd World nation" because of "the intolerant misogynistic close minded few", but the actress says nothing will ever stop her from expressing her thoughts on social media.
Known for being vocal about her opinions on social media, the actress says that it is important for not only celebrities but for commoners to express what they feel is right and do what they think is correct.
"Nothing will ever stop me from expressing what I think is right or wrong and I don't think it should stop anybody whether they are celebrity or not," the actress told IANS over the phone from Mumbai, where she launched the L'Oréal Paris 'Change Your Shampoo, Change Your Hair' campaign through a unique video on break-ups.
"This is the very reason I do not bow down to cyber bullying or even from the media who gets too harsh with people for expressing their opinion or saying something. I think its important to always say what you feel is right and think what you think is right. I will never stop myself from doing that," she added.
Earlier this month, the "Khoobsurat" star shared her disappointment with the meat ban as imposed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Mumbai.
"Our country is going to remain a 3rd world nation because of the intolerant misogynistic close minded few," she tweeted.
However, her tweet didn't go down well with the Twitterati, who took a dig at the "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" actress for her post.