Mandira Bedi has been the center of attention since the death of her husband, director Raj Kaushal. But things were not going well for Mandira; on the one hand, she had lost her husband, and on the other, she was being harassed for doing the last rites of her husband.Mandira Bedi who performed her husband's death rites has been receiving much hatred from the public for the same. However, the trolls didn’t stop there and mocked her for wearing pants while doing so the rituals too. Many well-known celebrities have come forward to support Mandira in her fight against the trolls. Parmish Verma, ace actor, singer, and director, also voiced out in support of Mandira Bedi and took to his Instagram stories to share his views on the same. Parmish’s story read as “ It’s saddening to see people Hating and Trolling Mandira Bedi for Doing the final rituals of her husband. If you can’t show empathy for someone who lost their life partner at least Don’t disrespect them at such a crucial time. Who are you to dictate someone’s personal affair? How does it matter if the wife or the daughter does the final ritual? If it's “responsibility” or “respect” then No one has a bigger responsibility than the Wife or the Elder Daughter when the Man is Gone Parmish wrote further. ALSO READ: Bhuj The Pride of India official trailer: Ajay Devgn’s film promises to fuel patriotism!
Making such a snide remark about someone who has recently lost a loved one is both callous and impolite. On the work front of Parmish, he recently released his song 'Dil Da Showroom' which has been added to the trending charts instantly. Whereas, on the cinematic front, he will be seen with his father Dr. Satish Verma in their upcoming movie 'Main Te Bapu'.