Former Bigg Boss contestant and singer Jasleen Matharu is proactive on Instagram and keeps entertaining her fans with her sleek style, singing, and videos.
This time her followers on Instagram ruthlessly trolled the actor-singer. Jasleen recently posted an Instagram reel captioned, “Mein Sasural Chali”. She could be seen in a modern bride avatar wearing shorts and a lehenga blouse with a dupatta hanging on one of her shoulders. In the video, Jasleen was seen ramp walking on Udit Narayan’s emotional father-daughter song ‘Ja Beti Sasural Tu Ja’.
Followed by her reel, trolls bashed her for ‘insulting’ Indian culture.
Here are some of the reactions to her video:
“Do not insult indian culture”
“Desi Dress ko bhi Badnam kar diya”
“Kyu Bhartiya Sanskriti ki ma bahan kar rahe ho be….. Ye tumko Dekhkr hi baaki.ladkiya v isi raah par chalti he”
“sasu bhout maaregi aise jaooge to”
“Wah kya janeration hai hamari cultureless”
Jasleen Matharu created quite a flutter on the show with her relationship with fellow contestant singer Anup Jalota. The Bigg Boss 12 contestant also shared two pictures last month which got her fans curious. The pictures showed veteran singer Anup Jalota and her in wedding finery. Jasleen shared them without any captions.
In July this year, Jasleen had revealed that she was dating Bhopal-based doctor Dr Abhijit Gupta. In an interview with India Today, she said that they were introduced by Anup and that they dated each other virtually for three months before they met. She was quoted as saying: “Anup ji introduced me to Abhinit. Anup ji and Abhinit’s father are friends. I was in Bhopal and back recently after staying there for 15 days. I met Abhinit and his family. We spent a good time in Bhopal. We could not go around much due to the lockdown but we had a lovely time. This was our first meeting but we’ve been talking over calls and video calls for three months. We even shot for a song in Bhopal.”
In August, Jasleen confirmed to The Times of India in an interview that the duo had ended their relationship. One of the reasons was that their kundlis (horoscopes) did not match. She was quoted as saying: “Yes, our marriage will not happen.” She elaborated, “Well, to begin with, our kundlis did not match. My parents believe a lot in kundlis. I would never go against their wishes and set up a marital home of my own without their blessings. I don’t want to put them under any stress. Secondly, I realised along the way that our temperaments too did not match. Add to this that his divorce is still a long way off. So that didn’t help either. All said and done, it was just not adding up. Let’s say, we were not meant for each other.”