Moving In With Malaika: Seema Sajdeh talks about her viral video, feels sad for being judged
Moving In With Malaika has been revealing some interesting facts about the actress Malaika Arora. We saw several guests like Karan Johar, Farah Khan, Nora Fatehi, and her son Arhaan Khan on the show. The latest one to join them is FLOBW star Seema Sajdeh, the ex-wife of Sohail Khan. And the two actresses have brought up the topic of celebrities getting trolled and judged all the time.
Well, it’s showbiz, where celebrities who are awarded with name and fame are always in the eye of the public. Their personal life is never personal, and they are always under the scanner for every little thing they do. How they talk, how they walk—everything is constantly captured on cameras, and a small collapse can cause a great deal of trouble. Fashion designer Seema Sajdeh recently talked about her trolling on the sets of Moving In With Malaika.
Moving In With Malaika: The New Guest Has THIS to Say
In the latest episode of the show, Seema opened up about her fumbling video that went viral last month at KJo’s party, after which she was mercilessly trolled by the audience. She made it clear that there was no denial from her side. Everyone was having a good time, and even she did not care about her looks or walk while leaving the party.
The mother of two also disclosed her son Nirvaan’s reaction to the clip. She stated that all he did was comment on her dress and question her about the leopard-print outfit she wore.
The Chaiya Chaiya actress was satisfied by Seema’s answer. She slammed society for judging women and tagging them “loose” while they just chill and have drinks with friends.
Talking about the show, Moving In With Malaika is accessible on the streaming platform Disney Plus Hotstar.
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