There is no hiding from the fact that Disha Patani is the hottest diva in Bollywood film industry. She has a beautiful smile, possesses good physique and body. To put in simple terms, the Malang actress is one of the sexiest actresses.
Despite being a top hot model, she couldn’t carve out a reputation for herself as a successful actress in the Bollywood film industry. However, the doesn’t change the fact that she has already established herself as the sexiest model in Asia.
One of the most aspiring actresses of the Bollywood Industry, Disha Patani is quite active across all official social account platform. The gorgeous actress has often hit the headlines for her quirky dressing style which grabbed people’s attention on social media.
Disha Patani has a huge fan following on Instagram account with as many as 38.5 million followers. Disha Patani often came under fire for her way of dressing. She was shamed mercilessly on social media for the same reason. She is from a sophisticated background from Uttar Pradesh, Bareilly.
Belonging from a normal family, Disha Patani’s style of dressing
Disha’s reply to the publication, “I think they are cool with it. My parents have been extremely supportive of me. I’ve always shared the pictures I shoot with my family because I want to keep them in the know. My mother is on Instagram now, with a different name. She stalks me, so I don’t send the pictures anymore (smiles!)”
The actress replied, “I know they [parents] are watching me. They know it’s work, and I am not doing anything wrong. I am sure they are proud of me. Of course, my father feels awkward whenever I send my pictures on the family group. After all, he is a father.”
In our country, there are quite a lot of nonsensical, retrogressive and unethical practices which we are following since ages. Can you guess what’s the one sole reason which never lets us get over these things? The word “Culture” or “Tradition”, which are often misused to the greatest of effects.
We currently live in a country which intends to go up and above in every walk of life, but many “Cultures” or “Traditions” are halting the progress. It might as well seem incredibly difficult to bring about an end to these customs which are of no use to the country, but its definitely not impossible.
We can’t expect to change things overnight, we have to do it brick by brick and results can be expected only in the long run. But for the betterment of the country, it’s imperative we start teaching the kids of this generation to move in the right direction, a way which has no religious, cultural, racial or gender barriers, a way which highlights the importance of equality and a way which would take us to our desired destination, an “Incredible India”.