Sapna Choudhary Gets TROLLED For Showing Off Her Sensuous Dance Moves In Bold Video; Netizen Says, ‘Ghar Ko Chalane Ke Liye Kya Kuch Karna Parta'

Haryanvi dancer Sapna Choudhary gets brutally trolled for showing off her sensuous dance moves in a bold video

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Sapna Choudhary Gets TROLLED For Showing Off Her Sensuous Dance Moves In Bold Video; Netizen Says, ‘Ghar Ko Chalane Ke Liye Kya Kuch Karna Parta'
Ace dancer Sapna Choudhary is a popular name in Haryanvi cinema. She is widely known for her killer dance moves and items songs. Sapna has a huge fan base with people attending her live concerts and admiring her dance skills. Her dance videos often trend on social media and recently a new video of Choudhary showing off her sensuous dance moves has gone viral. While many applauded Sapna, a few netizens badly troll her.

In a video that is doing the rounds, the Haryanvi dancing queen is seen shaking a leg on the song ‘Tere Muh Pe Suit Karega Baran Dhata Marna’ and her electrifying moves are worth praising. Sapna wore a simple red suit with minimal accessories. Even in her casual desi avatar, she managed to exude charm. She performed in front of a live audience who were seen dancing and cheering up for Sapna. The dancer-actor expressions looked on point. Fans took to the comments section to shower compliments on her. However, a few users badly trolled her. Reacting to it, one user commented, “Apne ghar ko bhi chalane ke liye kya kya Krna hota h.” Another wrote, “I don't think so that Sapna Choudhary is a perfect dancer ......not too interesting.” ALSO READ: TROUBLE! Sapna Choudhary Charged With IPC Sections 406 And 420 In A 2018 Cheating Case– Read Reports



Meanwhile, Sapna Choudhary recently made headlines after she was charged with cheating and fraud for scamming people in 2018. The Haryanvi dancer along with four others was charged under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 406 and 420.  Sapna and others were accused of canceling the scheduled show after people purchased the tickets for Rs. 300.

The next hearing for the case will take place on December 12.