These days Bollywood actors have to be very careful with their words and comments, in other words, it won’t be wrong to say better to be diplomatic than be sorry. Today at the receiving end of the angry netizens is actress Kriti Sanon. Gaining around 15 kg for her next titled Mimi, she shared a throwback of her from a photoshoot, thus ending up having bashed on the social networking site. As according to the actress’ post thin means being sexy.
Her caption to this throwback picture which got her trouble read, “When you’ve gained weight for a film, but you still wanna look sexy on Instagram.. You know its #ThrowbackTime #tbt”. An angry netizen posted a comment on the actress’s tweet which read, “And then they go out to advocate about embracing your body as it is (sic).” Whereas another user wrote, “You actually need to gain more weight to look sexy (sic).” In the said picture, she is seen in a green short fringe dress with a plunging neckline, also allowing her to show off her toned pins. ALSO READ: Kriti Sanon Gains 15 Kg For Her Next Mimi, Fans Call Her 'Chubby Sanon'
Currently, the Housefull 4 actress is shooting the next schedule of Mimi helmed by Laxman Utekar. As per reports in Mid Day, the actress was elated to kick start shooting for the next schedule with the entire cast of the movie. She said, “I'm very very excited for this schedule as it has got most of the key scenes of the film. It is a long schedule and we'll be completing the film excluding a song that will be done later.” ALSO READ: Kriti Sanon Shares A 'Before' Weight Gain Picture To Remind Instagram She's Sexy AF
Mimi is a remake of Marathi movie, Mala Aai Vhhaychy, where the actress will be seen playing the role of a surrogate mother. ALSO READ: Mimi: Sai Tamhankar Shares A Behind The Shoot Picture With Kriti Sanon, Pankaj Tripathi And Supriya Pathak
Image Source: Instagram/kritisanon
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