Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata actress Mohena Kumari Singh got married to Suyesh Rawat in a grand ceremony in Haridwar, followed by a grand wedding reception. The couple tied the knot on October 14, 2019, and the wedding nuptials were nothing but a dreamy and fairy tale wedding. On New Years, Mohena wished her fans on her Instagram handle by sharing a picture from her wedding diaries where she is seen in her wedding attire posing along with her hubby Suyesh Rawat and family. However, this picture became a topic of discussion as the actress was sporting a veil over her head. A user asked her about sporting a veil, to which another user slammed her saying that these people follow the ‘so-called male-dominated rituals’ and that even after education, it didn’t get them brains. Seeing this, the actress chose to give a taste of his own medicine by giving a befitting reply to the troller.
One of her followers commented on her post, “Why is your face under veil?” To which, another follower replied, “@minimalindian because these are people who follow their so called male dominated rituals. Even education doesn’t get them a brain.” Responding on the same, Mohena commented saying, “@jiyasarna even Christians have a veil when they marry...and so do Muslims ... I guess they are all uneducated too! It’s an age old Rajput tradition which Rajput women follow when they get married. This was not forced upon me... I chose to do it @minimalindian.” ALSO READ: Celebs Who Got Married In 2019: Mohena Kumari Singh-Suyesh Rawat, Rajeev Sen-Charu Asopa, Nawab Shah-Pooja Batra
After her response, many praised Mrs Rawat for hitting it back at the trollers. One user wrote, “@mohenakumari they will never understand rajputana culture and traditions and you are looking so so beautiful.” Another one wrote, “Anyone have no rights to talk about Rajput culture because it was Indian tradition people who are also well educated........ Then also they follow that rituals....”
There was another one praising the rituals, the comment read, “@mohenakumari Didi I love the way u follow the traditions.. I am a south indian married to a Rajput and I love all the traditions I follow at my in laws place including the veil.. There are many people who do not understand this.. Do not worry about any of those comments.”
Image source: Instagram/ mohenakumari
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