More than the movies, it’s the outfits that are keeping the stars in news these days. First, it was Priyanka Chopra’s white-colored stunning Kimono dress that broke the internet, now the trolls have found their next target in Nurshrat Bharucha for her outfit.
Bollywood actress Nushrat Bharucha, who was last seen with Ayushmann Khurrana in ‘Dream Girl’, recently made heads turn with her jaw-dropping appearance at an event where she dared to wear a super-sexy green thigh-high slit gown.
As soon as her pictures from the event were out, her outfit became the talk of the town. Netizens started gushing over her bold outfit and trolled her badly for it. While there were many who praised the actress for her bold avatar, on the other hand, there were many who trolled her for the length of her thigh-slit.
Recently, in an interview, Nushrat Bharucha talked about various things and also about the outfit. When asked about whether she was nervous while wearing that outfit, Nushrat said:
“No, I wasn’t nervous actually. I think I knew very well as to what I was wearing and how I needed to carry myself, what was the right kind of walk or pose or just to be very careful as to not… so I knew it. I don’t think I was nervous. I have done songs like ‘Chote Chote Peg’ where my slits were equally high and I have danced in it in a studio with so many people around. I feel at some point, as an artist, you got to lose certain inhibitions and just be aware and sure of how you are carrying yourself. Once you have that confidence, nervousness just automatically kind of takes a back seat. So I was not nervous but I was very aware of how I’m being pictured and how I’m carrying the outfit.”
She was also asked about how is she dealing with the trolls. Answering which the actress gave it back to the trolls. Slamming the trollers, Nushrat said:
“You know today social media is at such a boom and it’s not that we didn’t anticipate. It’s chaotic really, we don’t have a structure in it, and we don’t have control over it. And rightly so, I mean today everybody’s entitled to have a point of view and opinion. So there are people who like it and there are who don’t like it. Those who don’t like it definitely have the right to voice their opinions and say that ‘we don’t like it’.”
“And I respect everyone’s opinions on it, absolutely fine no problem. Just like I would like my opinion and voice respected as well. The fact that I’m wearing an outfit like this is also a voice of mine saying ‘this is who I want to be and this is what I want to do’ and I would like that to be respected. So honestly, I don’t get affected. I don’t even read any of the trolls and comments because I do what makes me, me and I put myself out there. It’s totally your right to like it or not like it, that’s your opinion completely.”