Published On: Fri, May 13th, 2016

Bipasha Basu Lashes Out At Her Haters For Trolling Her Honeymoon Pictures!

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Bollywood’s newly married couple Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover are enjoying their perfect honeymoon in Maldives. Bipasha, who is on cloud 9 after her marriage, has been sharing every beautiful picture from their honeymoon. While everything is going well in their life, online haters have trolled the couple for posting pictures of their bedroom and towel art.

The ‘Alone’ actress, who got annoyed with the weird comments on the towel art post, took to Instagram to slam her haters. Bipasha lashed out at the haters saying, “This is to address the weird comments on my Towel Art post recently.The first post was 3 rd Jan 2015, no strange negative comments. Second post this week , lots of weird comments.My question is why is it so disturbing and offensive to see beautiful towel art done by talented house keeping staff??? What has changed??? Now I am married so I can’t like Towel art???? Anyways pretty ridiculous! Get a life guys who look for negativity in the sweetest of things. Be happy . Live your own life. And yes I will post more Towel art soon! He he because I love it There are many ppl am sure who appreciate other ppls sweetness.”

 

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The sensuous actress is sharing every glimpse of her happiness and it is totally mesmerizing. She shared a hot picture of KSG captioned as, “Water Baby.”

 

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Reportedly, Bipasha and Karan are also planning to extend their holiday. After their Maldives vacation, the couple is planning to visit US to meet some of their friends. Earlier, they were supposed to return on May 13 but now there is a change in their plan, as Bipasha and Karan just want to travel around with each other.

 

News Source BusinessOfCinema

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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