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Netizens troll Himesh Reshammiya as he tried looking taller than his wife!

A recent video which is going viral on social media shows Himesh Reshammiya standing on his tippy toes while posing next to his wife Sonia Kapoor.

This left the netizens in a split, they started trolling him for not accepting his own personality and height.

Himesh was also seen in the viral video holding wife Sonia and trying a toe-pose. Not only that, but he nearly fell while balancing his feet to keep his height. Himesh was seen casually dressed in a patterned shirt, denim, and white sneakers. On the other hand, Sonia was dressed elegantly in a white pantsuit.

A user wrote, “I don’t know what’s the fuss about a wife being a couple of inches taller also… tall women are hot!” While another one wrote, “He’s literally standing on his toes just to look as tall as her.”


Himesh and Sonia married on May 11, 2018, in a small ceremony attended by only close friends and family. He was earlier quoted as saying, “We have been together for a long time, so marriage was a natural progression. It feels wonderful to formalise our relationship. We are both quite romantic. I’m with the woman I love, life can’t get better.”

Himesh is married for the second time. He was previously married for 22 years to Komal, with whom he shares a son, Swayam. Himesh and Komal divorced in June 2017, and rumours suggested that Sonia was to blame for their split. However, Komal dismissed the reports and said in a statement, “Nobody else should be dragged into this matter and nobody else is responsible for this. The reason for our marriage not working is only and only compatibility. Sonia is not responsible for this at all and our son Swayam and our family loves Sonia just like a family member.”

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