Ex Bigg Boss contestants Bani J and Sapna Bhavnani recently got trolled for their intimate pictures on social media. Here’s what happened.
Updated: November 19, 2019 11:06 pm
On 6 September 2018, the Supreme Court of India gave a historical judgement by decriminalizing Section 377 from the Indian Constitution. After a long battle, the LGBTQ community of India were given some relief and the Apex court gave out a strong message of, “Love has no boundaries.” But, looks like even after a year, mindset of some people hasn’t changed and they still loook down to the community. The latest to be victims of such narrow-minded thinking of the public are former Bigg Boss contestants Bani J and Sapna Bhavnani.
Recently, the two beautiful women shared a cute lip-lock moment along a sea shore. The hairstylist took to her Instagram handle to share this beautiful moment captured with her sunshine Bani. Well, within no time of it being posted, social media users went crazy and mad. The kissing picture of Bani J and Sapna Bhavnani went viral and garnered a lot of hate. Yes, people flooded Sapna’s post with mean comments and backlash. And this utter hatred for two girls merely kissing left us all in deep shock. Check out the picture here:
For the unversed, Bani J and Sapna have been sharing their adorable bond with the world via quotes and photos since quite some time now. And the blacklash for their cute lip-lock session came right after Bani J’s session at the India Today Conclave. Here, Bani openly spoke about body shaming, accepting one’s sexuality, dealing with trolls, judging people for their looks, being a muscular woman and more.
After seeing their pictures go viral, Sapna was in a state of shock and surprise. She later took to her Instagram again to speak her mind and give a befitting reply to people who trolled them. She even went on say that India will never change and move ahead. But, she advocated her stand for freedom and asked people who belong to same community to come out in the open and speak for themselves. Check out the Sapna’s strong message here:
What do you think about the same? Do you think people in India have accepted the LGBTQ community? Comment down below and let us know.
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