Ever since Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan parted ways after being married for over 18 years, Mallaika has been labelled a gold digger and faced a lot of criticism for her decision on social media.
Recently, an Instagram user even called her out for “having fun with the alimony” and wrote, “This what these shit women do these days. Marry a rich guy then divorce him for huge alumni. And then have fun with that alumni. Why do u need alumni if u are capable of earning… I respect ppl and not the gender… Her life now is all about wearing short clothes, going to gym or salon, enjoying the vacation. Do u seriously have any work… Or just feeding urself on the husband’s money. The word is alimony.”
Though Malaika gave a fitting reply to the social media user and was able to shut him down like a boss, she again found herself the victim of public shaming after some users didn’t approve of the dress she wore at a party hosted by the Ambani’s.
The Ambani’s recently hosted a party for Natalia Vodianova, a model and the founder of the Naked Heart Foundation. The party was a star studded one with stars like Karisma Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Jhanvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor, Mira Rajput Kapoor, Manish Malhotra, Karan Johar, Arjun Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Jacqueline Fernandez making an appearance. Mallaika Arora also made an appearance at the party though she later became the victim of trolls.
The actress sizzled in a black velvet corset dress by Manish Malhotra with an adorned cape. She complimented the dress with a pair of metallic sparkly shoes and gothic lips.
As soon as Malaika posted her picture on Instagram, comments started coming in, with only a few people approving of her dress. Some of the users found her dress hot and ever appreciated Malaika for her bold look.
Here are some of the positive comments:
But as expected, she became a victim of slut shaming with people trolling and abusing her.
We in India are caught at the crossroads of being sanskari and westernized. Though we want to become westernized and carry western clothing, we are still not comfortable with women of our mother’s age wearing westernized clothes.