When Asia’s one of the sexiest women, Nia Sharma locks lips with her girlfriend, you can’t blame us for making noise about it. Add to it that this is the second time Nia has shared a liplock (on Holi) with close friend, Reyhna Malhotra, in spite of getting trolled for it the first time it happened in 2015 on-the-sets of Jamai Raja. Although Nia had deleted the video that time, once she started getting backlash for it. Nonetheless, the ladies are very OKAY about it and have also reacted to their recent kissing video making headlines.
Before we go to what the girls have to say to their bindass act, let us tell you how and where it all happened. Nia Sharma and Reyhna Malhotra were at a Holi bash, last week, and Reyhna reached late for the party. To make it up to Nia, she instantly sealed a kiss on her lips as a gesture to say sorry. The video hit social media and since then it has been going viral.
And now, Nia and Reyhna have decided to shut those who have been talking about it. While talking to Bombay Times, Nia said, "A simple kiss is being made into a big thing. There is no controversy here for God’s sake, people should understand that. But we can’t control the trolls or people who termed this kiss as something else, because both of us know that it was out of pure love for each other. Reyhna is like my cousin. After five years of knowing her, I have a deep bond with her. Also, if I can wish Happy Holi and kiss my mom on the lips, why not my best friend who is like my cousin? This is only a friendly kiss and I don’t think I could care more about how people interpret it.”
Whereas Reyhna called Nia “like her sister” and told BT, “After my sister, the only person I kiss is Nia, because she is like my sister. I wonder why so much fuss is being made about this. All I can say is, Nia is my best and only friend in the industry and since she was showering love on me that day by being concerned about my late arrival, I thought I would return my love with a kiss. It was just pure love for her and people should not read more into this. It is not a lesbian act at all. If you can kiss your sister on the lips, a girl friend who is very special deserves a similar kiss on a festival day.” Now that’s a befitting reply, isn’t it?