Nia Sharma Trolled For Dancing On The Road Wearing A Corset Top, Netizens Compare Her To Rakhi Sawant & Uorfi Javed: “Sweeper Girl” Says A User

Nia Sharma, a Hollywood starlet, never misses an opportunity to make headlines. Whether it’s her recent appearance on a dance reality show she’ll soon be hosting or her honesty about being unemployed, she’s been in the spotlight recently.

The diva is back from her vacation and ready to shake what her mama gave her on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10. She was already subjected to trolls because of her fringe dress when she was spotted for the JDJ shoot.

The actress was recently photographed at the JDJ party, where she was among many celebrities, including the judges, Karan Johar and Nora Fatehi, and the contestants.

Nia Sharma attended the party dressed in an off-white corset top with a raised flower design, which she paired with white jeans.

She accessorised her outfit by wearing her hair in a half braid and leaving the other half loose. The diva was photographed dancing to the JDJ theme song while posing for the cameras.

As expected, she faced online harassment after the video went viral. She was likened to Rakhi Sawant and Uorfi Javed by the web community.

Nia Sharma had earlier expressed her frustration with her lack of employment in the television industry. The actress has previously referred to herself as a “beggar” who is looking for work.

She was quoted as saying to Bollywood Bubble, “Hum woh log nahi hai, jo voluntarily breaks lenge” (I am not that person who will take breaks voluntarily). I do not find myself in that predicament.

I am still a beggar who requires employment in order to acquire funds. There has never been a time when I felt the need for a break. In the course of my life, I will never require a break. I need work. I want to work.

At the same time, in answer to your question, I choose. I want to hold out for the perfect candidate. And woh,woh, waiting kabhi apki 6 mahine hoti hai, kabhi saalon lag jaate hai, kabhi char saal lag jaate hai (andand the waiting can be 6 months long, a year long, or it can take years too).

That is unfortunatelyunfortunately a drawback or a trap that comes with the situation that we are in. The contestant from season 10 of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa had previously stated, “Sometimes  I feel really bad, very very let down at times.”

Getting back to it, what are your thoughts on the trolls that have been targeting Nia Sharma online? Please share your thoughts with us by leaving a comment below.

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