On Social Media Day when Ananya Panday took up a cause to fight against social media bullying, little did we know that the biggest of the platforms would consider her initiate as a catalyst in the whole process of starting the battle to negate bullying all across. Proving so, world’s most popular social media platform, Instagram has introduced a new feature to report the instances of online bullying on their platform.

“So Positive” the DSR initiative by Ananya Panday has definitely created the right noise all across where she has received appreciation from all quarters for her stand for the cause. It sure is a great note where when one starts something meaningful and we see the biggest of organizations following it and believing in it, the fight is real and more relevant at the same time.

Earlier today, Instagram’s official handle announced features for anti-bullying as they shared, “We know bullying is a challenge many face, particularly young people. We are committed to leading the industry in the fight against online bullying, and we are rethinking the whole experience of Instagram to meet that commitment. We can do more to prevent bullying from happening on Instagram, and we can do more to empower the targets of bullying to stand up for themselves. Today we’re announcing one new feature in both areas.”

As Instagram announced the anti-bullying features, it is a big step and if at all Ananya Panday and her initiative has been the part of the driving force for an organization like Instagram then this is huge.

This is exactly the thought which the actress had when she was planning to take up and support the cause. In the digital environment and it being a public platform, where everyone sees it happening but no one actually takes a step to stop it- Ananya carried the baton for the cause.

Elated Ananya Panday took to her social media handle and shared, “This is huge!! Such a big step… If at all I and @SoPositiveDSR have been a small catalyst in this, I feel meaningful and vindicated… #SuperGreatful”

source – popdiaries