Former Bigg Boss 9 contestant Mandana Karimi is an active social media user and constantly keeps fans entertained with her posts and sexy pictures. It was recently that Mandana took the internet by storm with her towel series. The actress then went on to receive a lot of backlash from social media users. Now, the Bigg Boss 9 contestant reacts to being trolled on social media for her towel series and also spoke on how people are judging her on the basis of her religion.
Speaking to ETimes, during an interview, the former Bigg Boss contestant spoke about being trolled online for her towel series. Talking about it, Mandana Karimi said, “There are a lot of people, who are judging me because I'm Iranian, I'm Muslim. They judge me because of my profession, and you can't really do anything about it."
The actress shared how there are a lot of people who are judging her because she is Iranian and a Muslim. Karimi spoke on how people judge her because of her profession and mentioned how one can’t really do anything about it. Mandana Karimi went on to add how she has now understood that one cannot let people give you names or for that put tags on you for any reason.
Meanwhile, during the interview, Mandana Karimi also revealed that she got the idea from teenagers after they messaged her saluting her courage and confidence. The Bigg Boss 9 contestant shared that it was then when the idea of the mirror selfie and the towel series popped her mind. Talking about the towel series, about a few days back, Mandana Karimi shared many posts on her Instagram account while featured some bold photos of her. The actress, in the past few days, have shared a plethora of bold photos. The most recent one that Karimi shared had her posing in just a towel in her bathroom. Also Read: Mandana Karimi Sets Temperature Soaring As She Poses For A Topless Mirror Selfie – PIC INSIDE
Image source: Instagram/ Mandana Karimi
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