Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Mein's Aishwarya Sharma Gets Trolled For Making Fun Of Her Roka Ceremony; Actress Gives A Befitting Reply To Trolls

Aishwarya Sharma, who currently stars in Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Mein was trolled by a netizen for making fun of her Roka ceremony. The actress silenced the troll with a befitting response. Check it out!

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Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Mein's Aishwarya Sharma Gets Trolled For Making Fun Of Her Roka Ceremony; Actress Gives A Befitting Reply To Trolls
Aishwarya Sharma is one of the most loved stars in the TV industry. The actress keeps making buzz all the time. She is an active social media user. From sharing her stunning selfies to romantic moments with Neil Bhatt, Aishwarya's social media posts are a treat to her followers. Recently, Aishwarya took to her Instagram page and shared an unseen video from her Roka ceremony.

Sharing the video, Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Mein actress wrote, "When we both were confused at the time of Roka. Me and Neil were wondering what is going on man....?" The caption didn't go down well with a follower who called her out for making fun of her Roka ceremony.

While celebs often choose to ignore, at times they respond to the trolls. Speaking of that, Aishwarya had a befitting reply to silence the troll. The stunning actress shared the comment and wrote, "OK BC means "before covid"???? If yes so Let me tell you it was after and during covid.. And haan Roka toh mera hi tha.. Ab rok sako toh rok lo. And also Goodluck for your future."

Neil and Aiswarya are one of the most loved couples in the TV industry. Earlier, Neil had opened up about his relationship with Aishwarya. He said, "We have been shooting together since September last year. We enjoyed each other's company and became friends. We didn't ask each other out. We realised that something was brewing between us, but we wanted it to grow into something serious."




Image Source:Instagram/AishwaryaSharma
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