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Popular model, Urfi Javed, who is known for her bold sartorial picks, indulged in a nasty spat with Badhe Acche Lagte Hai actress, Chahatt Khanna on Instagram. The photo-sharing app has been the perfect battleground for celebrities to start many wars of words. Recently, Urfi made a stunning appearance on the streets in a yellow-hued cutout dress. After which, Chahhat took to her social media handle and bashed Urfi for her choice of clothes. And in return, she shamed Chahhat for living lavish life on her ex-husband’s alimony money.
For the unversed, Chahatt Khanna had filed a police complaint against her first husband, Bharat Narsinghani, his sister and his family for torturing her after marriage. Later, in 2020 Chahatt had Bharat had got divorced and decided to end their marriage amicably. The actress had given love another shot and had got married to Farhan Mirza in 2013. Together they have two daughters, Zohar and Amaira. However, they got separated in 2018.
On August 6, 2022, Chahatt took to her IG stories and uploaded a collage of Urfi, where she was seen wearing a yellow cut-out dress. Atop the picture, Chahatt bashed Urfi for wearing revealing clothes on the streets and accused her of buying cheap publicity. Check out!
After which, Urfi took to her IG stories and gave a befitting reply to Chahatt. The model mentioned that she had worn that dress for an interview. She further trolled Chahatt for buying followers on Instagram and posting illicit pictures on social media. Check out!
In an interview with SpotboyE, Urfi Javed talked about her struggling phase and shared how she managed to overcome them. Recalling sleeping in parks since she had no home, Urfi shared:
“There was a time I had no house, I was living in the parks. I was homeless. Ek time pe mai park wagira pe bi soyi hun, friends ke ghar kuch dino ke liye rehi hun. In winters, I have slept on the floor with no quilts and no bed. But now, I have everything. When today I look back from where I started, I feel blessed, lucky, and grateful. One thing I am proud of myself for is not giving up. I remember there were so many times I wanted to give up, I want to quit. I wanted to kill myself. I am glad I didn’t give up during those testing times.”
What are your thoughts on Urfi and Chahatt’s catfight?