Mandira Bedi Trolled For Sharing Bikini Pictures With Male Friend, Turns Off Comments
Raj Kaushal, Mandira Bedi’s husband, passed away a few months ago. The female actor has been going through a terrible period. Despite the fact she is focusing on herself and her children, she has been updating her admirers on social media with workout photos and motivational quotes. On Tuesday, Mandira uploaded a series of pool photos with one of her ‘male friend’ on Instagram. In no time, she was brutally trolled for her actions.
In the pictures, Mandira Bedi, wearing a bikini can be seen giving a tight hug to Mandira Bedi male friend as they chill in the pool, for which netizens trolled her.
On the post, she wrote the caption: “Happy Birthday Adi. This photograph says it all. What you mean to me. How long we have know each other. What our equation is. And how much I trust you (to do this in #covidtimes) #sumsitup. May more happiness love and success find it’s way to you. Love you, my dearest friend from the age of 17! @adimots.”
As soon as she shared the post, she was assaulted with hateful remarks for her bikini pics. Mandira later turned off the comments after receiving hateful and derogatory comments.
In June last year, Mandira’s husband, Raj Kaushal, died due to a heart attack. Following her husband’s death, Mandira revealed details about her life. Mandira told PTI that her greatest source of motivation is her children.
She stated: “My motivation to keep working, striving and doing better… My greatest motivation is my children. Everything I do, I do for them. They are my reason to carry on, my reason to live, do better, and be better. They are the reason that I have courage, strength, and reason to earn. I need to be a good parent for them.”
Mandira often writes heart-warming notes in Raj’s memory on her social media. Remembering her late husband, Mandira posted their wedding pictures on her Instagram account on February 14 2022.
Mandira wrote: “It would have been our 23rd Wedding Anniversary today. #ValentinesDay” and added a heartbroken emoticon.
Mandira married Bollywood film director, Raj Kaushal, quite dramatically on Valentine’s Day 1999. She has acted in films directed by her husband including ‘Shaadi Ka Ladoo’ and also in ‘Dus Kahaniyan’. She likes doing a variety of screen roles, but more prefers doing glamorized dramas. Negative roles, like the one in ‘Kyun Ki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thee’, has always been her preference. She appeared in ‘Fame Gurukool’; she was also the anchor of Set Max’s World Cup Cricket 2007, a sitcom ‘Papa Ban Gaya Hero’, amongst others.
Mandira has always been passionate about live cricket and was thrilled when Sony Television offered her to host ‘Extra Innnings’. Her bold appearances in the male-dominated cricket world eventually led to a rise in viewership. Cricket-obsessed viewers in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other countries, both male and female, were enchanted with this fresh-faced, sexy, saree-clad Indian girl to host the show. Fashion designer Satya Paul has designed many cricket-themed sarees for Mandira Bedi including the one with signatures of cricketers, one with cricket newspaper headlines, one with animations of players and the other with mini flags of cricket participating nations.