"how miserable and unhappy the world around us is"
In a new Instagram post, Sushmita Sen called out the trolls who called her a “gold digger”.
The actress is currently in the headlines for her relationship with former IPL chairman and businessman Lalit Modi.
Sushmita said she was “in a happy place”.
She said: “I am in a happy place! Not married, no rings… Unconditionally surrounded by love.
“Enough clarification given… Now back to life and work! Thank you for sharing in my happiness always.”
The announcement was a surprise, however, some critics have accused Sushmita of being in a relationship with him just for the money.
Sushmita has now hit back at the haters.
Sharing a picture of herself from her trip with Lalit, Sushmita wrote:
“Perfectly centred in my being and my conscience. I love how nature merges all its creations to experience oneness and just how divided we are when we break that balance.”
She went on to say: “It’s heartbreaking to see just how miserable and unhappy the world around us is becoming.
“The so-called intellectuals with their idiosyncrasies, the ignorant with their cheap and at times funny gossip.
“The friends I never had and the acquaintances I’ve never met, all sharing their grand opinions and deep knowledge of my life and character… monetising the ‘Gold Digger’ all the way!!!
“Ah these geniuses!!!
“I dig deeper than Gold…and I’ve always (famously) preferred Diamonds!! And yes I still buy them myself!!!”
Thanking her fans for their support, Sushmita added:
“I love the all-heart support my well-wishers and loved ones continue to extend.
“Please know, your Sush is ABSOLUTELY fine ’cause I’ve never lived on the transient borrowed light of approval and applause.
“I am the sun perfectly centred in my being and my conscience!! I love you guys!!!”
Sushmita Sen’s comments come shortly after Lalit responded to those who have trolled him.
In a lengthy statement, Lalit asked:
“Why is the media so obsessed about trolling me for apparently wrongly tagging.
“Can someone explain, I guess we are still living in the Middle Ages where two people can’t be friends and then if the chemistry is right and time is good, magic can happen.
“My advice: live and let others live.”
Addressing the trolls, Lalit said: “You call me a fugitive (but) pray tell which court has ever convicted me.
“I will tell you – none. Tell me just one other person in our beautiful nation that has created what I have.”