Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar got a response on social media for praising Pakistani designer Ali Xeeshan, who designed her Valima dress and sent it from Lahore to Bareilly. However, the actress, undeterred by the criticism, continued to share pictures in a beige lehenga with the hashtag #CantStopWontStop.
On Thursday, Bhaskar posted a series of pictures to share his “opinion” on Xeeshan’s creation. “Set it free! The grace and beauty of this creation by the insane genius of Ali Xeeshan can’t be beat. Thank you so much for benefiting from the talent of those generous magicians!” he wrote.
Expanding on the latest details, she praised the Pakistani brand’s craftsmanship by highlighting the intricate detailing in the oversized knit dress.
To mock the trolls even more, Bhaskar retweeted an old story in which the actor said “there are no borders” and that people in India and Pakistan share the same DNA.
Earlier this week, the Veere Di Wedding the actor took to the micro-blogging site and wrote a heartwarming message for Xeeshan.”My Valima dress came from Lahore via Dubai- Bombay-Delhi and finally to Bareilly! It’s been a while I am amazed by the talent of Ali Xeeshan, “he said, ” When I called him with the idea of wearing his design on my hand, his warmth and kindness made me admire him even more. to him.” She further added, “Ali who has never met me and lives in Lahore was able to send me my dream dress for a wedding ceremony! I realized that love and friendship cannot be included in borders and borders.”
While Bhaskar’s tweet was full of love and admiration, Twitterati rushed to the comments section with some insulting comments, even labeling him as an “anti-nationalist.” Bhaskar tied the knot with socialite Fahad Ahmad in February. The newlyweds hosted a grand wedding reception on March 16 in Delhi, and a Valima on March 21 in Bareilly after registering their marriage last month.
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