Budding Bollywood star Tara Sutaria has often been pursued by the fashion police for her wardrobe, be it her sizzling Diwali saree or the tube top skirt combo she wore at a recent event.
The “Marjaavaan” heroine has finally responded to all the negative comments that have come her way. In a conversation with Mid-Day, she said that the criticism of this kind was a “part and parcel” of her life as a celebrity.
According to a story in pinkvilla.com, she added that her parents sometimes ended up reading social media comments about her and had a hearty laugh.
“People may be offended by their remarks. I want to be in the public eye, so it’s part and parcel of my work. My parents read all these comments and have a hearty laugh about it,” Tara said.
Tara’s second release, Marjaavaan, starring Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh, released this weekend. She made her Bollywood debut at the Karan Johar-produced Student Of The Year 2 earlier this year. The film also starred at Tiger Shroff and Ananya Panday.
Next, the actor will be seen in Tadap, a remake of the Telugu film RX 100, in Milan Luthria. The film marks the debut of Suniel Shetty’s brother, Ahan Shetty, in Bollywood.