Nikki Tamboli breaks silence on being trolled for crying over Sidhu Moose Wala's death

written by Ritika Nath | July 08, 2022

Nikki Tamboli reacts on being trolled: Nikki Tamboli is enjoying her success graph after her Bigg Boss 14 and Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 11. The actress has been also actively featuring on several music videos. However, she was recently trolled after she got emotional at the airport when paparazzin asked about her reaction to Sidhu Moose Wala's death.

During one of the episodes of Bigg Boss 14, Nikki Tamboli revealed that she is a huge fan of the Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala and she loves his songs.

After the death of Sidhu Moose Wala, Nikki Tamboli got emotional at the airport and soon after the video got was shared on the social media, Nikki Tamboli was trolled for reacting to Sidhu's death in this way.

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Now, in an interview, Nikki Tamboli has given a befitting reply. In an interview, the actress stated that she has always appreciated Moose Wala's creative work and had previously discussed it on Bigg Boss. Additionally, she remembered meeting the Punjabi artist while he was filming in Canada.

"I like Sidhu Moose Wala's creative output, and I also mentioned it while I was a contestant on Bigg Boss. I first met him when he was filming in Canada last year. It was about some shooting," she affirmed.

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The actress added that when the photographers inquired about Moose Wala's unexpected passing at the airport, she became tearful. "I like Sidhu Moose Wala’s work and I have spoken about it when I was in the Bigg Boss house, too. Last year, I met him in Canada when he was shooting there. It was regarding some work. I was very sad when I heard about his death and when the paparazzi asked me about him, I broke into tears" stated Nikki.


Nikki further said, "It was a natural reaction. I was trolled even when my own brother passed away because I was smiling and doing KKK. Now when I am crying, people still want to troll me. Whether I laugh or cry, I still get trolled, it doesn’t bother me now."

When the paparazzi inquired about him, I sobbed because I was so devastated to learn of his passing. It was a logical response. Even after the death of my own brother, I continued to receive trolls for grinning and performing the KKK.

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