'Sexiest television star' Nia Sharma, landed in a soup recently for posting a video of herself grooving in skimpy clothes, from a shoot recently. Within no time, people slammed her by calling it shameless and cheap, while some lauded her.
Nia's Jamai Raja co-star Ravi Dubey and producer Siddharth P Malhotra supported Nia. It is no news that the actress was awaiting the release of her first music video, 'Waada' for which she has collaborated with musician Tony Kakkar.
The music video has finally released and Nia is looking drop dead gorgeous in the video. Check out Nia's pictures from the music video below...
Nia Sharma's Music Video
The song 'Waadon Ka Kya Hua plays in the background, while Nia makes an entry. The song is soulful and soothing.
Nia Looks Hot
Well, we must say, Nia looks hot in the music video. Doesn't she?
Nia & Tony Kakkar
In the video, we come across Nia romancing Tony Kakkar and the duo look good together.
The music video has been well-received by the audiences. Recently, Nia took to Instagram to thank her fans for the same. She wrote, "Thank you all for a positive response on #waada♥️♥️ it's out on youtube just in case you've missed...link in the bio."
Nia's Epic Response To The Haters
Nia took to Instagram and lashed out the haters. She posted another video from the photoshoot and wrote, "Oops! Here's one more from the photoshoot!! Ready to slut-shame a girl again? Go aheadddddd.. I'll post five more...Coz thats exactly I got this shoot done.!!"
And She Continues...
"And thats exactly how I'll post pictures from the same! I appreciate everyone who took out time from their absolutely worthless lives to write filthy long comments on my previous video.! I got u job again!"
Nia opened up about the controversy to a leading entertainment portal. She called the entire controversy silly and also thanked the people for the publicity.
She added, "Are people mad? It was not a drunk post. We were having fun while shooting a music video, and my team shot me while I was posing and I put it online. People on social media hide behind anonymity and feel they can get away with [saying rude things]. If someone spoke this way to me in person, I would punch their face in."
She added, "Why are people making it so difficult for girls to live the way they want to in India. Let's not make India a place where a girl has to think 10 times before going out or wearing what she wants. Do people want me to cover myself up from head to toe? Are we in India or Afghanistan?."