Sonali Phogat, a politician and actress who recently appeared on Bigg Boss 14, was recently seen in a music video in which she looked totally new. The star, who has undergone a significant transition since exiting the reality show, shocked everyone with her new look in the song. Sonali, on the other hand, received a lot of backlash for wearing western clothes and dancing in the music video, and she even had to deal with comments about her marital status and age. Many haters have asked Sonali to behave her age, but she has a special message for them: 'jalti hai duniya jalane waala chahiye,' she said in an exclusive interview with ETimes TV. Read about Bigg Boss 15 Live.
"In the video, I experimented with new looks in response to the director's request. I am dressed in a western avatar, and as you saw in the Bigg Boss building, I love getting dressed up and looking presentable. However, some people continue to comment, claiming that ‘iss age mein aap ko Shobha nahi deta iss tarah ke kapde iss tarah ke kapde iss tarah ke kapde iss tarah ke kapde iss tarah ke kapde iss tarah ke kapde iss tara (they try to tell me to act as per my age). I don't give a damn about what they say because the ones who love me outnumber the haters. Toh kahenge logon ka kaam hai kehna, toh kahenge logon ka kaam hai kehna, toh kahenge logon "she said.
Sonali went on to say about the bullies, " "To the haters, I'd like to say, "Jalti hai duniya jalane waala chahiye." This song is about me because I'm still doing new stuff and a few people like trolling me. When I was filming the music video, I was worried that the same people who had trolled me inside BB 14 or when I exited the show would do it again. After the album was posted, they verbally insulted me and publicly shamed me because of my age. I don't understand that, since I'm older, I can't work in the field. I'm afraid I don't know how to react to this. I haven't seen any of these messages on my blog, but I have seen them on other social media pages that have shared my song or photos. There are so many derogatory remarks that I'm baffled as to how someone could write such venomous nonsense. But I don't react because I'm aware that they don't know me well and have just seen me in the Bigg Boss building. So, I focus on the support I get from my fans."
Sonali said she had a wonderful time working on the album and that her social media profile has grown from nil to 2.5 lakh "I had a lot of fun filming for the song 'Afeem,' and I'm glad my fans enjoyed it. People in the Bigg Boss house adored me, and I have a sizable Instagram following. Previously, as you might have noted, I had no followers on my blog, but now I have a following of 2.5 lakh. My fans keep telling me to make a music video, so I chose to write a song instead. I'm glad the single has been well received "she said