Disha Patani’s Fans Ask Tiger Shroff’s Sister Krishna To Call Her 'Bhabhi' After She Drops Comment On Actress’ BIKINI Selfie; Netizen Says ‘Bhabhi Boliye’

Fans of Disha Patani ask Krishna Shroff to call her ‘Bhabhi’!

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Disha Patani’s Fans Ask Tiger Shroff’s Sister Krishna To Call Her 'Bhabhi' After She Drops Comment On Actress’ BIKINI Selfie; Netizen Says ‘Bhabhi Boliye’
Actress Disha Patani shares a great bond of friendship with Tiger Shroff’s sister Krishna Shroff and they are often spotted hanging out together. From going on vacations, and hitting gyms together to giving each other sweet shout-outs on social media, Disha and Krishna never fail to shell out major friendship goals. Recently, the Baaghi 2 actress posted a piping hot bathroom mirror selfie of her and Krishna dropped a cheeky comment on her picture. Notably, soon after Tiger’s sister commented, fans of Patani started asking her to call the actress her sister-in-law.

The Malang actress shared her selfie where she donned a black bikini and posed in the bathroom. The click was captioned, “Eat your carbs.” Krishna was quick to take note of Disha’s post and commented, “Yes Ma’am.” Netizens and fans in no time started asking Krishna to address Disha as her ‘Bhabhi’. One Insta user commented, “Ye pakka Tiger bhai hain, Krishna ki ID se.” Another wrote, “bhabhi boliye.” ALSO READ: Jackie Shroff Opens Up On Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani’s Break Up, Says, ‘They Spend Time With Each Other Besides Work’


The Ek Villain Returns actress recently made headlines after it was reported that she broke up with her rumoured boyfriend Tiger Shroff. In an interview, Krishna opened up about her bond with Disha and revealed if their sisterhood was affected by speculations of Disha and Tiger’s split. 

Jackie Shroff’s daughter told News 18, “Disha and I have literally spent our formative years together. She was just starting out in the industry, while I was trying to figure out who I was and where I fit in. We’ve always come out on top because we’ve always supported one another. She’s still one of the first few people I’d call if I needed help, and I know she’d be there. In a world where women are constantly pulling each other down, she and I are the opposite.”