The movie is doing wonders and the box-office numbers are the proof. The makers, the cast and the audience are super happy about the same but there are people on the social media who can not help but spread negativity in the environment.
Also, replying to an Indian who tweeted that they too didn't like Swara's remarks against Pakistan, she stated, "Looks like Indo-Pak peace is on the horizon!" while in another tweet she posted that she is happy being the enemy if it brings the "bickering neighbours" together.
Earlier, the newly-wed actor explained that people just like to troll Swara because she has strong opinions. An cinema portal, VICE reached out to Swara's mom Ira to know what was her reaction to the scene.
While giving an interview she said that "They're (Pakistan) a non-secular state". One of the user wrote, "Hey @ReallySwara just watched #VeereDiWedding with my grandmother". I do believe it takes a man and a woman to set an example.
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Another user came out in her support and wrote, "Why are so many sanskari people watching #VeereDiWedding with their grandmothers?" Sandeep shared a breathtaking picture of Kareena from the wedding scene and captioned it, "Kalindi wore vintage @abujanisandeepkhosla on her wedding day". Well now the actress herself has opened up on all the flak about the scene that she is receiving.
When questioned about her observation of female sexuality or pleasure being depicted on screen over the decades, she opined, "Let me begin by saying that sexuality per se in Indian cinema is not a subject that has been directly expressed". Many twitter users and some prominent comedians and commentators have turned the "I took my Grandmother to watch VDW" into very amusing satirical comments on twitter. Actors from this side of the border who criticized and called this an attention-seeking act include Urwa Hocane, Gohar Rasheed and Armeena Khan.
"I don't want to get associated with any "isms".
Sonam's character in the film is a lawyer, who is not getting married. More power to you girl!