By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Famous influencer, Zingy Zest, a.k.a. Sarah Hussain, is enjoying the most beautiful phase of her life as she tied the knot with the love of her life, Saurav Nagar. Her social media handle is filled with adorable glimpses of her beautiful shaadi. The couple had a court marriage and celebrated the union with grand celebrations. Recently, when Sarah shared a video of her dance performance, netizens flooded her comments section with their unneeded opinions. In her unique and classy way, Sarah gave back to those who didn't miss a chance to bash someone.
On November 28, 2023, Sarah took to her Instagram stories and expressed how people have been judging her dance moves, her looks, and whatnot. Sarah clearly stated that she is not a professional dancer. She also stated that the lyrics, her clothes or her expression might not be on point, but she was just dancing for her Mr, which is what matters to her. She wrote:
"Guys I'm not a professional dancer, please Jhalak Dikh laja ke judges mat bano, steps, expressions, lyrics, kapde, ho sakta hai galat ho. I was dancing for Saurav, mujhe DID mein Taqdeer ki topi lekar Mumbai nahi jana hai."
Sarah shared another dance video and added that the hate comments could not stop her, so she uploaded another dance clip. We loved Sarah's gorgeous look, as she picked a silver-hued sequined lehenga from Delhi's famous market, Chandni Chowk. She styled it with a dupatta that was draped as a saree. Subtle makeup with hair left in curls completed her look.
Watch the video here!
A Redditor posted Sarah Hussain's befitting reply on Reddit's discussion platform. Everyone loved the way, she reacted to the trolls. One user wrote, "Attacking brides for enjoying their day should be cancelled immediately. They are going through a lot of emotions and changes already. Adding to that stress with speculation about what lyrics she sang and how she danced is so low." Another commented, "Exactly! the comments on the other post in this sub were criticizing her for not keeping her maang tika in place and not handling the dress properly. As if all of those people are dance experts. even if they were, she's enjoying herself. Let the woman live."
Sarah opted for a red-hued lehenga with golden embroidery for the wedding day. Her outfit featured a sweetheart neckline choli, a flared lehenga skirt, and a heavy dupatta beautifully pinned over her head. She ditched the bridal bun and opted for a curly hairstyle. Famous makeup artist, Kriti Das dolled her up for her biggest day.
We loved the way Sarah stood up not only for her but all the brides, scared of getting judged and are not able to enjoy her own big day.