Well, it’s not usually Bollywood beauties who are statute a general red runner scene. Turns out, a mindfulness for Bollywood is such that now Western stars are opting for Indian normal attires for primary events. The many new being Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham, who dazzled in a mirrored golden choli and pinkish lehenga with golden appliqués (we call that gota) during a 2017 MTV Movies and TV Awards on Sunday (May 7) during a Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Abraham ditched a weirdly common cut-outs and peculiar silhouettes that dot a awards red runner for a lehenga from Taal Boutique Bridal, teaming it with some over-the-top trinket that enclosed a integrate of elaborate necklaces, a maang tika, a bindi, and a LOT of bangles – and hair styled by Guy Levi. According to a TooFab report, Abraham “wanted to move enlightenment to a red carpet”, adding that a demeanour done her feel “freaking amazing, Bollywood and sexy!”
Unfortunately, though, Abraham’s outfit influenced adult a charge for all a wrong reasons. The existence uncover star was slammed on amicable media for appropriating Indian culture. Many pronounced a choice of mantle was really ‘culturally insensitive’, while some joked that she was a unfortunate defence to win over ex-boyfriend Simon Saran. From bad and unfortunate to being targeted for “lack of honour for a culture”, tweeple minced no difference while lambasting her on a micro-blogging site.
Here are some of a reactions her really bridal-looking lehenga outfit garnered:
— Cynthia Wilson (@cynderellaaa_) May 8, 2017
Farrah Abraham appropriating Indian enlightenment during a #MTVAwards
— Lively (@FluentInPopCult) May 8, 2017
And here we have Farrah Abraham going for a “Indian princess” demeanour during a #MTVAwards
— Jetal Patel (@Jetal_Patel) May 8, 2017
— Gary Shirley (@dadbodgary) May 8, 2017
— baby child ?? (@darkwavebaby) May 7, 2017
— terrell (@hvnnymoon) May 7, 2017
— Imani (@IXXIXXXIXCV) May 8, 2017
— Shakthi J (@ShakthiJ) May 8, 2017
And yet some-more neutral voices were drowned in a strenuous backlash, there were a few who suspicion Abraham looked stunning, and desired her Indian-Bollywood look. Sample some of a tweets here.
— B?i??any Nicole. (@MissBritannia17) May 8, 2017
— Giovanna Santos (@giih_sempre) May 8, 2017
— Mark Wix (@Mark_Wix_GASB) May 7, 2017
The slamming of Abraham wearing a lehenga to a red runner eventuality poses an engaging question, though. If we, as Indians, are ideally gentle with wearing gowns to Indian events, afterwards what’s a mistreat in Western stars wearing an Indian garb? Sure, it’s a bit over-the-top, though does it need to be trashed for ‘cultural appropriation’?
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