Kriti Sanon Gets Trolled For Donning A Hot Orange Saree With A Deep-Neckline Blouse


Once more, Kriti Sanon is receiving criticism from the audience, this time for her clothing. Recently, the actress was seen promoting her new film, Bhediya. She was spotted donning a stunning orange sequin saree and matching it with a dark orange blouse with a deep V-neckline. She displayed her toned back while a thin strap from behind held the blouse.

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Kriti’s clothes and the confidence with which she wears them frequently leave the audience in awe, but they also appear to be an invitation for trouble. Kriti may be seen walking inside a place where her vanity resides in a video that is currently going viral. Numerous admirers praised her and remarked on how beautiful she was. Some admirers made fun of her for her attire by comparing her to Instagram star Urfi Javed.

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Ye bhi ek dusri urfi, one responder commented. “Bollywood just destroyed our saree culture,” another person said. Many online users commented on her blouse with phrases like “giraffe in orange bra” and “Ae braa nhi pehti kya.” Some even called her cosmetics “Dr gya makeup dekh k” in reference to it.

In another video, her supporters approach her as she poses for the cameras. She begins playing with the infant when she notices one of them holding a baby. While many were enamoured with her down-to-earth demeanour, some believed she was just acting for the cameras. Many trolls left remarks such as “Camera ka chakkar babu bhaiya,” “Sab dikhawa hai camera ke saamne,” and “Kya kya Karna padta Flim chalane ke liye.”

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Speaking of her forthcoming film Bhediya, it’s her second time working with Varun Dhawan on the horror-comedy. On November 25, both the 2D and 3D versions of the film will be available. The film, which was directed by Amar Kaushik, has Abhishek Banerjee and Deepak Dobriyal in significant parts. After Roohi and Stree, this is the third horror-comedy film produced by Maddox Films.