New Delhi: After ‘oh-so-colourful’ mehendi and vibrant sangeet ceremony pictures, as the world awaits to see Priyanka Chopra as a bride and American singing sensation Nick Jonas as a groom in a desi avatar, a video showing massive fireworks from the ceremony of December 1, sparked of major trolling. The couple exchanged wedding vows in a Christian ceremony in Udaipur’s Umaid Bhawan Palace and minutes after the Jodhpur sky was lit up with the synchronised firework that was displayed for hours.
#WATCH: Fireworks at Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, after Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas tied the knot as per Christian rituals. pic.twitter.com/XpzYtGZG2G
— ANI (@ANI) December 1, 2018
Taking note of the bursting of firecrackers as part of her wedding celebrations, Twitterati reminded the actress of her own anti-pollution and asthma campaigns and labeling her as a ‘hypocrite’.
The Bollywood star and UNICEF’s Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra just a month ago was actively campaigning for better air quality, pleading her fans to “Skip bursting crackers this Deepawali”, she even admitted being asthmatic and how bursting crackers can affect her and people suffering from asthma. Last month, through a video message, she went on to encourage people to be mindful of animals and people with respiratory problems and not burn crackers on Diwali. She said, “Celebrate with lights and laddoos instead.”
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Here are some of the reactions:
@priyankachopra and all other bollywood stars, wat say abt this hypocrisy???
U do fireworks wen u need but v cant on one day a year????#PriyankaKiShaadi pic.twitter.com/XE8TxWhofb
— Niranjan Appaji (@AppajiNiranjan) December 2, 2018
The double standard hypocrites are huge in numbers
Cant hear anyone opposing firecrackers at Christian wedding of @priyankachopra https://t.co/fS545yDA6x
— Adv Pragya Bhushan???? (@pragya_bhushan) December 2, 2018
Btw, @priyankachopra, could you share tips on how an asthmatic like you, survived the pollution caused by firecrackers at your own wedding? Do you know @ibreathefree? @Cipla_Global maybe had some magic pill? https://t.co/nIPOmJSndx
— नेहा श्रीवास्तव (Nehā S) (@neha_aks) December 1, 2018
Not cool, @priyankachopra
You as an asthma patient should have known better than to shoot firecrackers after your wedding. We all need to be responsible even when it's not Diwali. https://t.co/Tu2qQqurMf
— Rutuja (ऋतुजा) ???????? (@Havaldarshinde) December 2, 2018
Are Farhan and priyanka sporting same mask after dazzling firecrackers at umaid palace at her wedding celebrations like they did after Diwali ; congratulation @priyankachopra pic.twitter.com/X2O4orqoWd
— vikram agrawal (@vikramsuv) December 1, 2018
@priyankachopra is a hypocrite, being the face of anti-pollution #campaign durin #Diwali, and yet bursting firecrackers for hours during her wedding celebrations. https://t.co/plCG6R8mmK pic.twitter.com/RuVzwBgSkM
— Aritra Mishra (@AritraMishrabjp) December 3, 2018
While a section of the Twitter users trolled her by creating memes
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Oxygen wale crackers! #PriyankaKiShaadi pic.twitter.com/O3zQfsqDkK
— Gourav Sharma (@UnbrokenBond_) December 2, 2018
** slow claps ** well done @priyankachopra ????????????????#NickyankaKiShaadi #NickyankaWedding #PriyankaKiShaadi pic.twitter.com/aZtLVpcaqO
— @Bunty_143Bunny™???????? (@niranjanbag666) December 2, 2018
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