Priyanka Chopra trolled again by haters, this time for her choice of wearing western clothing on Independence Day, instead of a traditional saree. Users went to the limit of even asking her to never come back to India. But some true hard fan comes to support her for choice.
Priyanka Chopra is facing flak on social media again
Bollywood’s desi girl and Hollywood’s babe Priyanka Chopra is facing flak on social media again,and this time too, the issue is her choice of clothes. It all started when Priyanka posted a GIF on Instagram, in which she swirling her tricolor dupatta in the air, with the caption, “Independence Day #Vibes ??#MyHeartBelongsToIndia #happyindependencedayindia #jaihind.”
Now, trollers are commenting on the fact that why did the Priyanka Chopra choose to wear a western outfit instead of a traditional saree for the occasion of Independence Day.
Her Instagram followers have accused her of disrespecting the Indian flag and the nation. They even went to the limit of said her “don’t ever come back to India”
“Please don’t return to India again,” said one user. Another one commented, “Don’t you have a salwar-kameez for this occasion?” “How about a sari,” said another, “At least on this auspicious day, you were expected in a sari.” While Priyanka is currently homeward-bound, looks like some supportive fans have taken it themselves to fight back for her.
Users have put up long notes like, “I am an Indian , I can wear whatever I want as well as Priyanka you are not anybody’s mother or father to judge, what to wear and what not to wear, it’s her life she Buy’s her own clothes she didn’t ask from you.”
Another fan also came to Priyanka’s rescue and wrote, “Guys commenting negative comments: are you out of your mind? It’s a tricolor stole/dupatta. People all over India wear this combination on 15th August. This ain’t no flag. So when people win matches and wrap the flag around their body and run, that isn’t insulting? Think before you talk.”
Priyanka was earlier trolled for wearing a knee-length dress while meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Berlin, Germany.