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Soha Ali Khan slammed for not mentioning Eid in her baby shower pic

Some even pointed out that the actress shouldn’t be wearing a saree as she isn’t a Hindu.
India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi June 28, 2017 19:32 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

When Soha Ali Khan shared her baby shower picture on social media, everybody started to congratulate the pretty mom-to-be. Posing with her husband Kunal Khemu by her side, the Tum Mile actress looked beautiful in a pink glittery saree. However, some people started trolling her for not mentioning Eid in the picture. The haters said that since Soha is a Muslim she should have mentioned the holy festival.

Some even pointed out that the actress shouldn’t be wearing a saree as she isn’t a Hindu. Soha took to her Instagram account to share the happy moment with fans. “It isn't a party without balloons”, the actress said. Check out the much-talked about picture right here.

As soon as the picture hit the internet, there was complete buzz eveywhere. Several people started to slam the actress for the most weird reasons. Check out the mean comments.

Donning pink and golden bordered silk sari, Soha looked stunning at the event. the beautiful gajra and a rounded bindi only added to the style quotient of the diva. Soha, who is enjoying every moment of her pregnancy glittered at the traditional baby shower. Soha was accompanied by all her close friends, who also wore traditional attire at the function.

Sharing another picture from her baby shower, Saif Ali Khan’s baby sister Soha wrote “The love of family and friends is reason enough to dress up!”

Ever since the news of her pregnancy is out, Soha is being constantly compared to sister-in-law Kareena Kapoor. Recently, she opened up to speak on such comparison.

“Nobody wants comparisons because everybody is different — be it working or dressing up. Some are required to rest more; some are healthy and sail through their pregnancy. It’s unfair to make comparisons because every pregnancy is different and there’s no right or wrong”, Soha Ali Khan said.