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Indian television actress and model Nikita Sharma is from New Delhi. She is best known for playing the female lead role of Antara Kaul in the television series Do Dil Ek Jaan on Life OK, Kavita in Swaragini – Jodein Rishton Ke Sur on Colors TV and Archana in Shakti – Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki.
Born: 28 August 1990 (age 29 years), New Delhi
Height: 1.68 m
Education: University of Delhi
Parents: Smit Sharma, Sunita Sharma
Siblings: Mridula Sharma
Nikita Sharma says – “An open letter to my body”
An open letter to my body: (part 1)
“Hey you, rest a bit. You’ve been fighting for too long. You’ve put up with too much. You’ve battled so hard and come out emerging victorious. You’ve held yourself together in the hardest of situations. You’ve known when to keep quiet. You’ve known when to speak up. You’ve learnt from people’s condescending words. You’ve protected me. You’ve taught me how to not take you for granted. I’m extremely sorry for the times that I did. I love you, wholly, completely and unconditionally now.”
An open letter to my body: (part 2)
“Don’t ever go back to what destroyed you. Remember the amount of effort it took to stand tall despite your so- called “flaws” back in the time when you were a victim of body shaming. Over time, you’ve accepted every curve, every bend, every stretch mark and every single scar that you hold. So any time your mind begins to wander back to the past and over think, pull yourself to those moments in life that made you feel whole. The moments that made you think life is so much more than just “trying to fit into societal standards”. And once you think back to those special moments, never let go. Never let go of that memory. The day that changed everything within you for the better. Love, acceptance and the will to grow. (All from yourself). That is all you need.” .
An open letter to my body: (part 3) “There was a horrifying day during your childhood where someone tried taking advantage of you. Someone tried to violate your privacy. Remember that you were brave. You held your ground, made sure you put all your power to make sure it doesn’t happen. And it didn’t. So I’m proud of you for protecting yourself. But the attempt made, scared and scarred you for so many years of your childhood. Remember that it is what made you this over alert, extremely instinctive and intuitive form of being. So if a part of the past was rough, remember that it no longer exists in any way or form. What does exist is the bravery you hold that you developed from that incident. Keep that in mind.”
An open letter to my body: (part 4) “You slowly learnt to smile. You slowly learnt to accept yourself. You slowly came out of your shell of inhibitions about self and decided to stand free. People continued to speak harshly about your form, but you became immune and learnt how to tune it all out. And now, with the confidence that people see you carrying yourself, they think twice before they shame you. They think twice before they say any condescending remarks about your being. You did that, my beautiful body! Yes, you! And I will be forever grateful to you for it. For making me look at the mirror and feel nothing but pure love for the person and shape that stares back at me. It’s been an uphill ride but oh, how sweet is this fruit!” .
An open letter to my body: (part 5) “After around 2-3 years of dealing with constant body shaming, and body negativity, you decided to take it no more! (More like you snapped). It was the day your lower back began to hurt like hell and after 7 doctor visits you were told it’s a disc bulge between your L4 and L5 vertebrae. It was not even then that you had the moment of realisation. But when you were bed ridden, and people came to visit you or spoke over the phone and instead of asking how you felt, they said “oh poor girl, she worked so hard to achieve that goddess body and now she’s lost it all”. That was the exact moment something in you snapped and changed it all for the better. The fact that these were the people you had tried to break yourself for. These were the people for who you were ready to change your natural form into something it was never meant to be. NO MORE! And I’ve been proud of you ever since!” .
An open letter to my body: (part 6)
Before I close this series, I would like to end by saying this to my body; “Hey you! Thank you! For every single thing. For every pain you’ve endured and still stood strong. For every remark you’ve heard and still smiled through it all. (To show the world that it doesn’t affect you).. And finally for making the change in yourself to hear every remark and smile (this time not to show the world that you’re okay, but to show yourself that you’re actually completely self content!)
I give you hugs every day because you’re so so worth it. And after all that you do for me, self love probably the least (and in a way the most) that I can do for you. So stand tall, you. And always remember, “THICK THIGHS, SAVE LIVES”. So just thank you for it all! Period.” .