Is Malaika Arora’s latest dance video vulgar? Here's what netizens think; take a look
Malaika Arora’s latest dance video with her yoga partner Sarvesh Shashi got trolled, and soon the diva turned off her comment section to avoid negativity
A few days ago, Bollywood diva Malaika Arora posted a video where she was seen dancing to Puerto Rican singer Pedro Capó, Farruko song Calma. Malaika was seen doing some sexy dance moves on that Latino song with her yoga partner Sarvesh Shashi. Both Malaika and Sarvesh were seen grooving in sync.
She captioned the video saying, "Good morning everybody, Let’s loosen up a little bit today. I believe ALL of us are yogis by breath & definitely should be dancers by heart. #MalaikasMoveOfTheWeek is fun not just because it is dance but also because you get to make your own moves. Choose your song, Send in your moves by tagging me and @sarvayogastudios With my partner & brother @sarvesh_shashi Let's get up and dance ?#sarvayoga #moveoftheweek #mondaymotivation #dance #reelitfeelit #bachata #latin"
Many loved it and praised Malaika for her moves, but some social media users trolled her with negative comments. From calling her Buddhi (Old Lady) to duck to shaming her age, and some called it vulgar and more. Soon after being trolled, Malaika had off the comments section. Yes, she had turned off the comments on her latest video. However, we can see the video had got more than 34lakh likes.
This is not the first time Malaika was trolled on social media a few days ago; she was called out because of her walk-in chappals. Her videos went viral when she walked out of her car to enter her gym. Netizens started making fun of her walk; one said, 'Oh, why is she going on like this?'
Second said, 'Isko Chunna Kaat Raha Hai,' another user commented, 'Brother. Why is she moving on like this?'
Recently, the 47-year-old Malaika walked at the Lakme Fashion Week in a bridal dress. Malaika donned a red lehenga with golden work as she walked the Annu’s Creation ramp in the most beautifully designed bridal attire.