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Met Gala to Oscars: Priyanka Chopra’s connection with trolls is not new, here’s how

Actress Priyanka Chopra yesterday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Berlin and Twitter started trolling her for wearing a short dress.

India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [Updated:31 May 2017, 7:02 PM IST]
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Actress Priyanka Chopra yesterday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Berlin and Twitter started trolling her for wearing a short dress. People thought that her dress was ‘non sanskaari’ and also found her posture inappropriate and disrespectful.

The actress was shamed for showing her legs in front of the PM. But, this is not the first time as in the past the actress was trolled for her outfits for various reasons. Do you remember Met Gala 2017?

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The actress walked the red carpet of the event in Ralph Lauren trench coat gown and Twitter started cracking jokes on her outfit. From calling her the brand ambassador of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to asking makers to cast her in Khakee sequel, Priyanka became the victim of some funny trolls.

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Before Met Gala, Priyanka raced the 89th Annual Academy Awards in a body-hugging, column gown by designer Ralph & Russo. The actress was looking gorgeous but tweeple had some different opinions. Her beautiful attire was compared to kaju katli.

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Interestingly, every time people trolled PeeCee, she came up with an epic response. This indicates that the actress is not scarred of fashion police.

Not only with Priyanka, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor have also faced criticism in the past. Be it Aish’s purple lipstick or Sonam’s bold outfit, Twitter always has something different to say.  Movie buffs look up to celebrities and follow their style. Thus, the outfits that stars choose are often kept under public scrutiny.