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'Beyhadh' actress Aneri Vajani faces backlash for sharing her picture in lingerie

'Beyhadh' actress Aneri Vajani faces backlash for sharing her picture in lingerie”

The TV actress Aneri Vajani had shot to fame with her role of Nisha in the TV series 'Nisha Aur Uske Cousins.' She is now shooting for Sony TV's daily soap 'Beyhadh'.

Aneri Vajani aka Saanjh from Beyadh, is extremely active on social media. However, a recent picture of the actress wearing lingerie is going viral for all the wrong reasons.

On the occasion of World Yoga Day, Aneri posted a picture of herself in lingerie, on her Instagram account.

She got famous for playing the role of Paankhi in the daily soap opera "Kaali - Ek Punar Avatar". She captioned it writing, "The caption read: When You Own Your Breath NoBody Steals Your Peace!"

Another user alisha_29_11 slammed those posting negative comments saying that they were wasting their time and energy in wasting body shaming the actress.

But, thankfully, there were some who came out in her support as well. "We loves you and we will", said a fan. Perhaps, what she didn't see coming was the hate on her picture for being "too skinny". Bing_a_liing wrote, "Her life! My new show will showcase that I can play a tomboy and a regular girl with equal aplomb".



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