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Those Who Compared Kiara Advani’s Attire To Maggi Noodles, She Has A Two Minute Cool Minded Reply For You

Kiara Advani Maggi Noodles

Social Media can be a place for both uninvited & unprompted remarks, especially when it comes to celebs. No one knows about the element that could set netizens ticking. Very recently, Kabir Singh female lead Kiara Advani was heavily trolled by netizens.

Below are the sequence of events

Kiara Advani Maggi Noodles

Kiara Advani Maggi Noodles

Kiara had posted a picture of herself, supposedly from a magazine shoot, where she was wearing a yellow-colored attire with feathers and fringes all over it. While some of her fans appreciated the aesthetics of the attire, others had a different & un-imagined opinion. They compared it to ‘Maggi Noodles’.

 

Below are some comments:

“When you love Maggi too much.”

“When you are bored of having maggie, make a gown of it. Best way to stop food wastage.”

“Phlee mene sochaa ye noodls kha se aa gye,” another comment read.

Expecting an aggressive reply from Kiara, you are wrong. She handled the trolls in her own way.

This Laxmmi Bomb actress replied, “Haha got ready in 2 minutes!

One can say, Kiara sure knows how to handle trolls without getting worked up or losing her temper.

Talking about work, her last release: Kabir Singh, a failed love story, where she played Shahid Kapoor’s love interest, was a massive success, becoming the top-grossing movie of 2019 so far. She has in her kitty, a lot of projects such as Good News, Laxmi Bomb, and Shershaah. In Shershaah, Sidharth Malhotra will be the male lead.

Kiara is related to several Bollywood citizens via her maternal family. Veteran Bollywood Actors: Ashok Kumar & Saeed Jaffrey are her step-great-grandfather & great-uncle, respectively. Whereas Model Shaheen Jaffrey and Veteran Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla are her aunts.

She was born as Alia Advani, on the 31st of July. She predominantly works in Hindi and Telugu films. She changed her name to Kiara prior to the release of her first film, Fugly. Her mother: Genevieve Jaffrey, was a teacher of Sindhi, Scottish, Irish, Portuguese, and Spanish ancestry.

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