When Adah Sharma Took A Dig At Ananya Panday; An Old Chat Of The Kerala Story Actress With A Fan Goes VIRAL!

Netizens claim Adah Sharma once took a direct dig at Ananya Panday after her old chat with a fan goes viral!

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When Adah Sharma Took A Dig At Ananya Panday; An Old Chat Of The Kerala Story Actress With A Fan Goes VIRAL!
Bollywood actor Adah Sharma has got worldwide recognition with her recent release ‘The Kerala Story’ where she plays the role of Shalini Unnikrishnan, a Hindu nurse, who was forced to convert to Islam after being recruited by a terror organization. While social media is abuzz with videos and photos of Adah from the movie, an old chat of the actress with a fan has gone viral and netizens are assuming that Sharma took a direct dig at Ananya Panday. Yes, you read that right!

In the old video shared by a Reddit user, a fan asked Adah if there is something she cannot do, and to this, she stated she cannot touch her nose with her tongue. This reminded many of the time when Ananya Panday appeared on the chat show Koffee With Karan and did the same. The Student of the Year 2 actress back then received backlash after a video of her touching her nose with her tongue surfaced online. Adah’s answer left many netizens wondering if she took a direct at Panday. ALSO READ: Adah Sharma Claims She Faced Gender Discrimination In Film Industry: ‘I Don’t Enjoy Working In An Environment Like That’!

Meanwhile, Adah has been in the headlines as her film The Kerala Story’ is embroiled in several controversies with several states imposing a ban on the film. Amidst this uproar and criticism, the movie is doing exceptionally well at the box office, it has crossed Rs 200 crore mark at the ticket window. Sharma in media interviews has been defending the film and in one such conversation, she called the film a 'movement.'

Rediffmail quoted her as saying, “I meet young girls who find The Kerala Story cool. I bump into young boys who have seen the film four-five times already and are rattling off the dialogues, outlining specific scenes. The Kerala Story is no longer just another film, it's become a movement.”