Hardik Pandya Gets Trolled For His Pic With Krystle D’Souza, Aparshakti Khurrana Comes to His Rescue

Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya gets trolled on social media after Indian television actress: Krystle D’Souza calls him ‘mere bhai’ in her social media post.

Little did Krystle D’Souza know that after her Instagram post featuring her in a selfie with Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya with a caption – ‘Mere Bhai’, will land them both in trolling trouble online. TV actress Krystle D’Souza gave Instagram a surprise over the weekend that passed by. She kicked off her weekend celebrations by sharing a selfie with Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya. While Krystle wore a one-shoulder black dress, Hardik was seen in a sleeveless black tee. She captioned the post with the text,

“Mere Bhai Jaisa Koi Hard ich Nahi Hai…. #brotherfromanothermother”

Here’s the post:

Soon after this post went public, trolls began their work. Hardik Pandya who has been in the bad books for his comments he made on  ‘Koffee With Karan’ last year, was subjected to online trolling.

Aparshakti Khurrana, Ayushmann Khurrana’s younger sibling came to Krystle’s defense and put one troll in its place. These were his words in exact,

“I think you should not write such comments and definitely not use such language. We all love Hardik because he is a performer. You should rather encourage the Indian Team, especially before the World Cup,”

Krystle also acknowledged Aparshakti’s defense for her by writing,

“That’s so well put. People are so mean and obnoxious and just because they are sitting behind a screen typing, they think they can get away with anything! I guess ignorance is bliss in this case. Their world makes no difference to his superb performance… but, thank you.”

In the past, Krystle was also spotted having a time with Sonal Chauhan and Karishma Tanna. And Hardik is also having a good time on the professional front with his extremely good performances at the ongoing IPL matches. He is a Mumbai Indians team member. His fans are praying hard that his good times continue even during the upcoming World Cup.


Gaurav Gupta

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