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Shehnaaz Gill Claps Back at Trolls Over Raghav Juyal Photos: “I Don’t Care”

Shehnaaz Gill Claps Back at Trolls Over Raghav Juyal Photos: "I Don't Care"

Shehnaaz Gill, the popular actress and former Bigg Boss contestant, has once again found herself at the center of social media chatter, this time over her recent outing with co-star Raghav Juyal in Badrinath. While rumors of a romantic link between the two had previously circulated during the release of their film “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan,” both actors have consistently maintained that they are just friends.

The trolling directed at Shehnaaz is believed to have originated from fans of the iconic SidNaaz duo, formed during her Bigg Boss stint alongside the late actor Sidharth Shukla. In response to the negative comments, Shehnaaz took to Instagram Stories to share a message that seems to echo her indifference, featuring the words “I don’t care” boldly written across her sunglasses.

Reddit users have interpreted this Instagram post as Shehnaaz Gill’s way of addressing the criticism, particularly from SidNaaz fans. A user on a Bollywood gossip page wrote, “Shehnaaz Gill is giving it back to SidNaaz fans who trolled her after she was seen with Raghav Juyal in his hometown.”

Raghav Juyal had previously addressed the dating rumors in May, dismissing them as baseless. He mentioned Salman Khan’s comment during the film’s promotions, where Salman advised Shehnaaz to “move on.” Raghav clarified, “No, no truth at all. Bhai (Salman Khan) ne usko bola and uska mere pe chal raha hai (Salman told her, and people are running with it).”

He explained the nature of their friendship, stating, “When you spend almost three to four months shooting for a movie, dosti yaari ho jaati hai (friendship develops). Shehnaaz ki dikkat ye hai ki usne Bigg Boss 13 kiya hai (Shehnaaz’s problem is that she participated in Bigg Boss 13). The audience is invested in their personal life for three months, so it becomes like a drug, and they want that drug even after the show ends.”

Shehnaaz Gill had also debunked the rumors, stating, “Media jhoot kyun bolti hai? (Why does the media lie?) Just because we are standing with someone means we are in a relationship with them? No, right? I’ll get hyper now.”

The actress, who was last seen in Bhumi Pednekar’s “Thank You For Coming,” continues to navigate the spotlight with resilience amid ongoing speculations about her personal life.

Sources By Agencies

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