It's raining PDA on Benafsha Soonawalla and Priyank Sharma's social media timelines, as the couple, who has been dating for years, finally went public with their relationship. The duo often treats their fans with some super-romantic mushy pictures of them getting cosy with each other. One such instance took place recently after the VJ shared an intimate snap of her pecking a sweet kiss on boyfriend Priyank Sharma's cheeks. It was, however, her savage response to a troll that caught our attention. P.S. it has got something to do with her ex-boyfriend Varun Sood and Priyank's ex, Divya Agarwal.
The cute selfie sees Benafsha kissing Priyank Sharma. In her caption, she revealed how Sharma was mad at her but he was still up for some kisses. Benafsha wrote, "mad at me but enjoys getting pappies." The picture received a lot of compliments from their fans, who couldn't help but call them the best couple. A user, however, had the opposite to say. He compared the two with Varun Sood and Divya Agarwal and called Priyank and Benafsha fake. The latter was quick to take notice and give him/her a befitting response.
To a comment that read, "Yu guys never look a pair. Feel happy for Varun and Divya as they are true. Yu called him brother initially and see what yu landed upon... Yu both are fake. I liked Priyank earlier but not anymore after what he did to D," Benafsha replied, "Abeeeey chap," followed a by a lot of laughing emoticons.
Check out the picture below:
Now, take a look at the comment:
In an interview with TOI, Benafsha revealed why she kept her relationship with Priyank under wraps for a long time. “I didn’t think people would understand back then. But then I felt I have to choose myself and my loved ones over other people. It makes sense to me right now so I did it, " she said. Read the full story here.
image source: instagram/benafshasoonawalla, divyaagarwal_official
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