Sonam Kapoor gets trolled for wearing mangalsutra as bracelet

Sonam Kapoor again gets trolled on Twitter. No this time not for her dress but for the way she carried her mangalsutra (an auspicious necklace) as a bracelet during Veere Di Wedding promotions. People just can’t get over to this and starts trolling her for her senses. Some of them taunt her about disrespecting Indian tradition and many other make fun of her dressing sense.

Well, this is not the first time when Sonam Kapoor get trolled about something, but this time people had taken this as something serious. A Twitter user wrote,”Mangalsutra is not compulsion but it is love by wife for her husband. And it should always be the nearby heart for which it is worn in the neck. This bollywood is declining our culture day by day as they grow up in foreign. So they are the mixture of indian+foreign.”

Sonam Kapoor gets trolled for wearing mangalsutra as bracelet

Another user wrote,”So mangal sutra can be wore as bracelet… you don’t follow religion don’t. Why all this drama?” while another said, “This is the problem of so called feminests… Not following tradition is absolutely fine but tweaking it to your convenience is WRONG.”

Sonam Kapoor gets married to Anand Ahuja on May 8, 2018. She gets trolled for changing her last name to Ahuja just after her marriage. Her marriage grabs the huge limelight where a number of B-town famous faces joins her on a special day. Sonam had not come up with any reply to these comments by Twitter users.

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Sonam Kapoor is now busy in the promotions of “Veere Di Wedding” which is going to be released on June 1, 2018. Tareefan song of the movie grabs the huge success immediately after the release. This is another big project of Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, Shikha Talsania. This will be interesting to see that if the movie be able to make a place in people’s heart. Stay tuned with us for more updates and feeds like this.

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