Sonakshi Sinha reacts to her viral wedding pic with Salman Khan

Sonakshi Sinha is one of the popular actresses in the Bollywood film industry. Apart from her acting skills, she is also known for her singing. She works predominantly in Hindi movies. At first, she plied her trade as the costume designer for independent films.

Her career took a turn after she made her acting debut playing the role of Rajjo Pandey in the action-drama film Dabangg in 2010. She won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Sonakshi Sinha has long been trolled by users for getting film offers due to her father, Shatrughan Sinha’s influence.

Sonakshi Sinha had deactivated her Twitter account amid ongoing debate on nepotism. Sharing Amy Poehler’s GIF in an award show, the actress in her last tweet wrote, “The first step to protecting your sanity is to stay away from negativity.

And nowhere more of that than Twitter these days. Chalo I’m off– deactivating my account. Bye guys, peace out.” Meanwhile, Sonakshi Sinha and Salman Khan became the talking point on social media portals.

A picture featuring the likes of Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha went viral on the internet. According to the picture, Salman Khan can be seen slipping a ring on Sonakshi Sinha’s finger. Meanwhile, netizens quickly pointed out that the picture was morphed.

Sonakshi Sinha unhappy with the viral wedding picture

Meanwhile, the Bollywood actress has responded to the picture by leaving a remark on the Instagram handle that uploaded it. Sonakshi Sinha had mocked the scenario, calling those who thought the picture was genuine “dumb.”

Sonakshi Sinha reacts to her viral wedding pic with Salman Khan

“Are you so dumb that you can’t tell the difference between a real and a morphed picture,” said Sonakshi Sinha while responding to the fake picture. Meanwhile, one of the fans replied: “Why even reply.” Another user argued, “They wanted attention and she gave them just that.”

“From her point of view I am glad she spoke up. I genuinely feel these gossip channels and pages cross a line which should not be crossed,” argued one fan.”