Shubhangi Atre, the face of popular show Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain is often seen wearing a saree on screen. Recently when the actress posted a picture wearing a monokini in Thailand, her comment section was flooded with nasty comments. Shubhangi was asked by Times of India about the comments that shamed her for wearing a swimwear. Angoori Bhabhi of Bhabh Ji Ghar Par Hain was composed an unaffected by the trolls. While talking to the daily, she said, “What do people expect me to wear on a beach? I obviously can’t be wearing a sari or salwar-kameez. I feel fit and I can pull off a swimsuit.”
The actor even said that she does not mind wearing a bikini on screen. “I don’t regret posting the picture; in fact, it wasn’t a planned move. My husband clicked the photograph, and I liked it and posted it. Even on screen, I don’t mind wearing a bikini if a character demands it. If one has a good body, why should there be any qualms about flaunting it?,” she added.Also Read - Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai Actor Shubhangi Atre Aka Angoori Bhabhi in Bigg Boss 15? This is What She Has to Say

Here’s the picture she shared

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When asked if she was feeling bad about being called “cheap” and “vulgar,” the actor replied, “Of course, it feels bad. I don’t think I looked cheap or vulgar. People expect me to be in the Angoori bhabhi costume all the time; often, they are shocked to see me in Western outfits.” Shubhangi also talks about how women should not be judged on the basis of their outfit. She adds by saying, “They need to understand that I am different from the character I play on screen. This is one of the reasons why women are scared of wearing what they want to. I don’t think women should be judged on the basis of their outfits, we need to change our mentality. Sharam and culture aankhon mein hote hain.” Also Read - Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai Actor Shubhangi Atre AKA Angoori Bhabhi Tests Positive For COVID-19, Under Self-Isolation