As women, we're expected to look a certain way. 

There are some specific body measurements, skin tone and features which you should have, unless you want to spend your whole life listening to people who point out how there are flaws in you. 

Making a very good point on this, television actress Kavita Kaushik says you should not care about these 'flaws' and embrace them, instead. 

Source: Highlights India

Kavita, who shot to fame with her show F.I.R in which she played the role of a badass female police officer Chandramukhi Chautala, recently shared a post on Instagram where she is proudly flaunting her 'flawed body' in a bikini. 

Here’s to all women wanting to wear pretty bikinis but shy of their bodily flaws , who would know this better than me 😊 but you know what I realised we all have them ,we all have some fat , some scars , some cervical spondylitis..oh sorry that’s just me who has it hope none of u do ,some birthmarks that just don’t go no matter what ubtans and creams we apply !! Grr .. so what now ? Are we gonna Just waste our lives ogling at perfectly shaped models on the Internet and then criticising them ? or are we gonna hit the gym , eat a healthy diet ,achieve our best fittest body and embrace all other flaws n be our unique beautiful best and jump into the ocean 😬🤪!!? I think it’s the latter , my cervical doesn’t stop me from doing the chakrasan (jiski acchi si photo samandar ke paas kheench ke kal dikhaaungi) Nothing should stop you from being the best version of you !! So all you fabulous ladies out there you are all beautiful/sexy/cute/pretty/ etc in your own unique way! Lift each other up and be powerful ! Biggg hugg to all my girls 😘😘😘😘😘❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #whoruntheworld #girls #fuckoffphotoshop

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She has promoted embracing bodily scars in her previous posts as well. 

Now, while there are some people who miss the point entirely, overall Kavita has been getting good responses from her followers.

A lot of women struggle with body image issues on an everyday basis and women like Kavita are an inspiration for them.