Maria Juliana became a sensation across Tamil Nadu after participating in the Jallikattu protests in early 2017 where she became one among the several popular faces to spearhead the movement. Post the Jallikattu protests, Julie surprised the people of the state when she was announced as a contestant in the first season of the smash hit Tamil reality TV show, Bigg Boss. Since Bigg Boss season 1, Julie then landed several endorsements including film offers and made guest appearances in Vemal's Mannar Vagaiyara and Hiphop Tamizha's Naan Sirithal

Among the few upcoming projects Julie has lined up next include the devotional thriller, Amman Thayee, with its promos and trailer receiving a huge response from fans not long back. She had also signed up for a film titled Polladha Ulagil Bayangara Game (PUBG) alongside Bigg Boss 2's Aishwarya Dutta, another venture titled Utthami including an untitled project. Of late, Julie has been keeping herself preoccupied with photoshoots, with her pictures receiving a staggering response from fans. However, there has also been a flipside to her latest pictures as a number of the people on social media have also resorted to poking fun and trolling her. 

Now, as a response to the trolls out on social media, Julie has shared a video of the process behind her makeup for the photoshoot session where we see her sit down with others who are assisting her to nail the look she had intended. She's captioned the video as follows: "Creativity. Trollers will troll but successful people just move on. Finally we know this will be trolled.. No one cares about hard work and dedication and creativity they just want fun out of others hardwork.. Fine we are proud atleast we made it, proved it." Check out the video below: 

It is to be noted that Julie had earlier this year during the lockdown period revealed that she wasn't going back to her previous job as a nurse as it is a holy profession that requires full dedication and hard work. She added saying it's not possible to do nursing like other jobs as a freelancer considering handling both jobs at the same time is difficult as shooting for a project may extend to late hours.