- Mandira Bedi arrived at Raj Kaushal’s funeral wearing jeans and a white T-shirt.
- People also objected to the clothes worn at Mandira Bedi’s funeral.
- Mini Mathur and Sona Mohapatra have come in support of trolling Mandira Bedi.
At Raj Kaushal’s funeral, people were trolling Mandira for the clothes she wore and the ceremony she performed. After this Sona wrote in support of the temple on Twitter. “Still some people are commenting on Mandira Bedi’s choice of clothes or the last act of her husband Raj Kaushal. This should come as no surprise as there is a lot more stupidity in our society than the rest of the world.”
A few days before his death, Raj Kaushal met Mandira and took an important decision regarding the property.
After Sona’s tweet, people started agreeing with her. One fan wrote, “Truth be told. It’s so shameful that we think and discuss such things even in such a situation. That just proves the kind of society we live in.” Another fan wrote, “You are right ma’am. People should support Mandira Bedi in this difficult time and praise her adventure.”
Apart from Sona, director Kabir Khan’s wife Mini Mathur has also given a befitting reply to the trollers. Minnie tweeted, “I hate to see how much trouble people go to troll a bereaved woman who does it herself instead of a stranger or her young son burying her husband. She doesn’t wear smart clothes She is a fool. She should be commended for her courage.”
With deep tears, Mandira Bedi took her husband’s shoulder and held him
Raj died of a heart attack on June 30 at 4.30 am. Earlier, Suleiman Merchant, a friend of Raj and Mandira’s music director, told our colleague iTimes, “Raj was feeling restless since Tuesday evening. So he took an antacid tablet. Mandira immediately called Ashish Chowdhary to tell him that he had a heart attack. attack. Ashish ran to his house, then Mandira and Ashish put Raj in a car and took Raj to Lilavati Hospital. Within five to ten minutes of leaving the hospital, he felt Raj stop beating It was too late for him to reach the doctor.”