Gauri Khan Wears A Dress That Pushes Her Into A Controversy

 Gauri Khan has fallen prey to these haters! 

Gauri Khan Wears A Dress That Pushes Her Into A Controversy
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I firmly believe that facing criticism and controversies is a part and parcel of each celebrity's life. Because when celebs try indulging into a social work, they are tagged as a 'show off' but at the same time when they have seen boozing with friends or family, they are even bashed for being an alcoholic. Oh my gosh! 

Time and again there have been many such instances when haters tried trolling actors and actresses on various social media platforms.
Be it an actress' not so obscene photoshoot or be it an actor's not so bold film, celebs get unnecessarily dragged into controversies and this time Shah Rukh Khan's wife Gauri Khan has fallen prey to these haters.

It feels really sad to know about such incidents where actresses become a victim of slut-shaming.

As we all know that...

As we all know that...

Shah Rukh celebrated his 52nd birthday on Thursday this week. And to ring in his birthday, SRK with his family and some close friends, went to his farmhouse in Alibag.

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While SRK's fans were happy to take a look...

While SRK's fans were happy to take a look...

...At some of the beautiful images from the very private ceremony, haters chose to slut-shame Gauri Khan for wearing a see-through dress during the celebrations. 

(Refer the image above. This image was posted by Gauri Khan via her official Instagram account.)

How can they even think of commenting on her dressing sense?

How can they even think of commenting on her dressing sense?

Why do these haters choose to intrude into celebs' privacy?

Why do these haters choose to intrude into celebs' privacy?

These haters should learn to mind their own business. isn't it?

These haters should learn to mind their own business. isn't it?

This is cheap!

This is cheap!

What?

What?

WittyFeed is strictly against such controversies created by haters, and we believe that even our readers don't appreciate any such moves taken by these 'self-acclaimed critics'.