For Nushrat Bharucha Freedom to Wear Any Attire is a Fundamental Right

‘What I want to wear is my right’: This was Nushrat Bharucha’s take on the controversy that arose because of her recent green pelvage attire.

Nushrat Bharucha made it to the news after her recent outing wearing a Yousef Akbar pelvage gown.

For Nushrat Bharucha Freedom To Wear Any Attire Is A Fundamental Right

Nushrat Bharucha had all eyes on her during the recently held Filmfare Awards Curtain Raiser. This modern-day Dream Girl actress donned a green gown by Yousef Akbar in which she flaunted her pelvage with a slit till the waistline. Nushrat posted a series of pics on her Instagram page with a caption stating,

“Bringing sexy back!”.

On one hand, she was lauded for her bold look while on the other hand several of them went on to troll her too. With this hot look, Nushrat even showed off her intimate tattoo which became a topic of discussion on the Internet.

During a F2F with HT Cafe, when Nushrat was asked about the infamous attire, she stated,

“We have freedom of speech in our country. So, whatever anyone feels, they can put it out. But just like they’ve their opinion, what I want to wear is my right.”

Have a look at her post:

Nushrat didn’t stop at that and shared how fraternity reacted to it while saying,

“We’d never be able to do this, great that you could carry this off.”

The Dream Girl actress also spoke about how confident she felt by sharing,

“I did it for myself. I didn’t think people were going to praise me, or it would become the talk of the town. I wore a dress, attended the function, had fun, and came home. I don’t get bothered at all. I don’t read the comments. I just put it out there and leave it.”

Bharucha completed her interview with words,

“If this dress didn’t fit well or fall right, I wouldn’t be wearing it. It had nothing to do with how bold it was. If it didn’t look good on me, I would not have not worn it.”

“When I put this dress on, I was comfortable in it, and that’s why I was able to carry it off. I knew what I was wearing, and I had to be careful.”


Gaurav Gupta

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