Bollywood celebs getting trolled for their fashion choice has never been a new thing in this digital world. Since they have social media power, the naysayers have all the liberty to speak, comment or even criticize them for their doings or even looks. Here we are speaking about Dream Girl actress Nushrat Bharucha who was brutally trolled by the netizens for wearing a thigh-high slit gown for an event. The picture in question is on her Instagram feed, the actress opted for an emerald green thigh-high slit gown from Yousef Akbar and oh boy, her look is definitely not for faint-hearted people.
The slit of her gown doesn’t end till her thigh but goes way up to her waist. Leaving her beautiful locks sleek straight and strappy heels, the actress looked smoking hot. But this look of hers got a mixed review from her fans or should we say her look divided her fans into two sections. As we were going through her comment section, we saw many leaving thirsty comments on her look while some simply trolled her for wearing a thigh-high slit gown who were questioning her ‘what kind of fashion is this?’ Before you guys jump into the comments, take a look at her outfit below:
One Instagram user commented, “E kon sa fashion h” While another one couldn’t decide how the look is as they commented, “Both hot n weird.” We also saw one user saying, “Inhe bhi utar de chhinal.” And here comes the atrocious ones, “Didi lagta hai... aap tatoo dikhane chakar Mein, underwear pehena bhul gaye.” “Panty less” and “Chaddi pehen na tooh bhuul hee gayeeee.” However, there were many who were simply going gaga over her look as they commented, ‘gorgeous’ ‘stunning’ and ‘hot.’
On the work front, Nushrat Bharucha was last seen in Dream Girl with Ayushmann Khurana and the next in her list is Chhalaang which will be alongside Rajkummar Rao.
Image source: Instagram/nushratbharucha
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