‘Kya drama lagaya hua hai’ – Fans mercilessly troll Urvashi Rautela’s mother Meera Rautela for a strange reason
Bollywood actress Urvashi Rautela is constantly in the headlines of social media since the start of her virtual war with star Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant. Although the controversy is looking like an unending one even after the latter suffered a horrific incident at the end of last month in the wee hours of the 30th of December.
Even, Urvashi Rautela hasn’t yet stopped the series of cryptic posts and stories on her Instagram handle. Recently, she posted a photo of Kokilaben Hospital in her story with the caption ‘praying’. Notably, it is the same hospital where Rishabh Pant was shifted after the initial treatment in AIIMS, Rishikesh. The social media activities reflect that the 28-year-old actress is not trying to miss any chance of attracting the attention of fans.
Subsequently, Urvashi Rautela’s mother Meera Rautela also joined the same league and posted a photo of Rishabh Pant to wish the latter a speedy recovery from the accident.
Meera Rautela’s previous Instagram post for Rishabh Pant:
“Social media ki afwaah ek taraf aur aap ka swasth ho ke international level pe Uttrakhand ka naam roshan karna dursi tarf. Sidhbali Baba AAP par vishesh krupa kare. Aap sabhi log bhi prathna kare. (Social media rumors aside, we hope you get healthy again and represent Uttarakhand on the international level. May Sidhbali Baba bless you. All of you pray as well please).” Read the Instagram post uploaded by Meera Rautela on her official Instagram handle.
The post led her to be on the receiving end of harsh trolling and criticism from the fans.
Meanwhile, Meera Rautela has come up with a recent Instagram post in which she wrote, “Everything is all right, don’t worry beta.” It was probably a message for her daughter Urvashi Rautela. Although fans didn’t take this easy and trolled Meera Rautla in the comment section of the post.
Here’s how fans react:
Talking about cricket, Rishabh Pant has been ruled out from international cricket for the next six-seven months citing his recovery from the injuries he sustained during the accident.
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