Bollywood celebs are their favorite kind of prey, This time it was Parineet Chopra, who was targeted by the social media, while she was promoting Namaste England with Arujun Kapoor.
After Deepika Padukoke and Salman Khan, Parineeti Chopra trolled for her wardrobe malfunction of sorts while she was promoting Namaste England with Arjun Kapoor.
A the promotions kicked off, Parineet flew to Mumbai only one day from Lucknow . she is shooting of Jabariya Jodi with Sidhartha Malhotra.
What caught everyone’s eye was Parineet”s visible uneasiness with her dress. she was constantly adjusting her dress and hair was was clearly uncomfortable.
and actor trolled for the same, as the result, netizens have taken on Parineeti and unleashed a series of trolld on social media.
while people are commenting about the length of her dress, some are saying that such wardrobe malfuntions are deliberate these days to fetch attention.
designer.shailychauhan: Still she is to fat… Look at her legs…
veenavijaya : The dress does nothign for her… she looks tacky n I mean just look at the dress? It doesn’t even fit well @parineetichopra
anujraj_tyagi: Two stupid, useless, shameless
richa_va: This is the most hideous dress ever. She desperately need a new stylist! Who wears such tight cloths in his era? It’s such a thing of the past… @parineetichopra
alka_says: wardrobe malfunctions such as this, are deliberate these days.. Insta popularity. Maybe not so in her case as she has the girl next door image.
shalini_sharma128: Soo Fake
ritood2: Sexy in a ill fitted dress???? Wear sometihng you are comfortable in!!
Jaggiwalia5: Kuj dikh raha hai agr dhayn se dekho toh boobs ka.
kt.kanika.thakur: She agin moto
Watch Parineeti Chopra trolled Video:
Namaste England is the sequel to the Namaste London, the film is slated to hit the theatres on Oct 19, 2018.
Recently, Deepika padukone was trolled for posting a picture of Ranbir Kaporr on World Photography Day adn actor Salman khan was trolled for posting late condolence tweet for former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
inputs from India Today.