Actress Uorfi Javed, who is understood for her daring and controversial attire, stepped out with actor and Bigg Boss fame Pratik Sehajpal and paid a go to to Siddhivinayak Temple for Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations. She could possibly be seen sporting an Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla conventional outfit and her distinctive glasses additionally grabbed loads of eyeballs.
Netizens shared loads of reactions on the submit. One person wrote- “I get very angry when someone tells Urfi that he can’t go to the temple. One thing is that God’s will is also a reason which is very successful today because Urfi must have done good deeds which are at this stage and to you. Don’t you feel ashamed to comment like this, why can’t you go forward, you just have to comment, hardwork doesn’t show, maybe whatever is there today is God’s blessing on them because only a true person can move forward.”
One other one stated- “URFIJAVED fans like button.” And yet another remark read- “Looking amazing in this !”
Javed, an actress-turned-social media influencer, is all the time on the centre of consideration due to her eye-catching garments and curious style sense. A former contestant at Bigg Boss OTT, certainly one of India’s most-sought-after drama actuality reveals, the TV star is not any stranger to creating conspicuous remarks in public for defending her daring and unconventional selections. The 25-year-old lately hit the headlines for indulging in a verbal spat with a person on the airport who slammed her for sporting revealing garments. This heated alternate between the 2 was papped and uploaded on Instagram.
Within the clip, Uorfi was seen leaving the airport sporting a inexperienced backless outfit when the person passing by confronted her over her garments. The person holding a glass of water in his arms, mentioned: “India ka naam kharab karti ho aise sab pehenne se” (You spoil India’s identify by sporting such garments).
Uorfi stood up towards his remarks and retorted, “Aapke baap ka kuch jara hai? Uncle, jao apna kam karo (What do you have to do with it? Uncle, mind your own business).”