Urfi Javed Bikini Controversy: Netizens Troll Bigg Boss Star for Wearing Bikini on Eid

Urfi Javed, known for her stint in Bigg Boss OTT and various TV shows, recently shared some pictures and videos of her poolside getaway with friends on Instagram. However, her choice of attire, a purple bikini, on the occasion of Eid, did not sit well with some netizens, who brutally trolled her online.

In the pictures and videos, Urfi Javed can be seen enjoying herself with friends, lounging by the pool, dancing to songs, and having a good time. She captioned the post with just a chick emoji, leaving her location undisclosed. However, instead of receiving appreciation for her fun-filled getaway, Urfi Javed faced backlash from some netizens for her choice of clothing on the occasion of Eid, a significant religious festival for Muslims.

Comments from some users on social media criticized her for wearing a bikini on Eid, calling her “besharam” (shameless) and expressing disappointment in her choice of attire on such a religious occasion. Some comments suggested that she should have dressed more modestly on Eid, while others defended her clothing as appropriate for the hot weather. Despite the trolling, there were also supportive comments from some netizens who did not find anything wrong with her choice of clothing.

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Urfi Javed, who has appeared in popular TV shows like MTV Splitsvilla, Meri Durga, Chandra Nandini, and Kasautii Zindagii Kay, among others, has earned a name for herself in the entertainment industry. Reports suggest that she will be seen in the upcoming season of Khatron Ke Khiladi, a stunt-based survival show hosted by Rohit Shetty.

As a public figure, Urfi Javed’s personal choices and actions are often scrutinized by the public. However, it’s important to remember that everyone has the right to express themselves and make personal choices, including their clothing, as long as it is within the limits of law and social norms.

Trolling and online harassment based on someone’s appearance or choices are not acceptable and can have a negative impact on mental health. It’s crucial to promote a culture of respect and tolerance towards individual choices and differences, both online and offline.