Nysa Devgan, daughter of Bollywood stars Ajay Devgn and Kajol, recently told paparazzi to pronounce her name properly. The incident occurred when Nysa was leaving a restaurant in Mumbai with her parents and was surrounded by photographers.
According to reports, the paparazzi were mispronouncing Nysa’s name, which prompted her to correct them. In a video that has since gone viral on social media, Nysa can be heard saying “It’s Nysa, not Nysaa. It’s a two-second thing.”
Nysa’s response to the paparazzi has been praised by many on social media, with fans commending her for standing up for herself and demanding respect. Some have also pointed out that mispronouncing someone’s name can be a form of microaggression and that it is important to get names right.
Nysa, who is currently studying in Singapore, has been in the public eye since she was a child. Despite growing up in the spotlight, Nysa has largely stayed out of the limelight and has rarely spoken about her personal life or ambitions.
The incident with the paparazzi has sparked a larger conversation about the treatment of celebrity children in the media. Many have called for more respect and privacy for these children, who did not choose to be in the public eye.
Celebrities like Ajay Devgan and Kajol have also spoken out about the issue, with both expressing concern about the effect that media attention can have on their children. In a recent interview, Ajay Devgan said that while he understands that media attention comes with the territory, he hopes that his children can have a normal childhood and grow up without too much interference from the media.