Karan Deol's Wife, Drisha Is Brutally Trolled, Netizen Pens 'Ye Iski Wife Kam, Mummy Zyada Lag Rahi'

Ever since Karan Deol and his wife, Drisha Acharya's wedding and post-wedding glimpses surfaced on the internet, she is getting badly trolled by the netizens for her looks.


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Karan Deol's Wife, Drisha Is Brutally Trolled, Netizen Pens 'Ye Iski Wife Kam, Mummy Zyada Lag Rahi'

Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas actor, Karan Deol is in seventh heaven as he tied the knot with his childhood sweetheart, Drisha Acharya on June 18, 2023. It was on February 18, 2023, when Karan got engaged to veteran filmmaker, Bimal Roy's granddaughter, Drisha after celebrating Valentine's Day in Dubai. And after a few months of their engagement, they exchanged the wedding vows in a traditional Hindu wedding. And on the night of June 18, 2023, the couple also hosted a reception party for their friends and family. However, Drisha's post-wedding look was brutally trolled. While some called her 'old', others criticised her for ditching chooda.

Karan Deol's wife, Drisha Acharya gets badly trolled for her look at their wedding reception

On June 18, 2023, we stumbled upon the first glimpse of Karan Deol and his wife, Drisha Acharya from their wedding reception. In the video, she was seen posing with her husband for the paps stationed outside the reception venue. For the reception, while Karan opted for a black tuxedo, his wife, Drisha stunned in a beige-hued embellished lehenga paired with a corset top and a matching sheer dupatta. However, Drisha's reception look was brutally trolled by the netizens. While some called her 'older' than Karan, some mentioned her bad choice of ensemble. Check out the mean comments:

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New bride, Drisha Acharya trolled for ditching chooda post-wedding

Not only that, netizens also trolled Drisha Acharya for ditching chooda for her reception look, despite being a Punjabi bride. For the unversed, chooda holds a very important meaning for a Punjabi bride and signifies the beginning of a newly-wedded couple's happy life ahead. However, Drisha set new trends by ditching the jewellery along with her ensemble. Thus, she was also criticised for the same. Check out the netizens' reactions:

Karan and Drisha's Sabyasachi looks for their wedding

Soon after the wedding, Karan shared surreal images from his wedding with Drisha. In the pictures, Karan and Drisha looked extremely happy while performing the wedding rituals. For the wedding day, Karan wore a white bandhgala suit, which he teamed with a matching turban. On the other hand, Drisha turned into a Sabyasachi bride and stunned in a red lehenga, which featured heavily embroidered panels all over it. She teamed it with an embellished blouse with a plunging neckline and double dupattas, one pinned on her head and another carefully tucked on one of her shoulders. She accentuated her subtle look with a choker neckpiece, jhumkas and a maang teeka. In addition, she was seen flaunting her huge diamond ring and mangalsutra.

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Karan Deol and Drisha Acharya's look at their sangeet ceremony

On June 16, 2023, Karan and Drisha hosted a sangeet ceremony for their friends and family. For the star-studded sangeet night, Drisha looked gorgeous in a royal blue lehenga, an off-shoulder sleeved blouse, and a blue-toned dupatta. The entire ensemble was filled with colourful floral motifs. Moreover, Drisha completed her sangeet look with minimal jewellery. On the other hand, Karan wore a matching floral embroidered sherwani. 

What do you think about the unwanted trolling which Drisha received for her reception look? Let us know!

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