Everything About Falguni Peacock Controversy

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Everything About Falguni Peacock Controversy

Everything About Falguni Peacock Controversy
Recently while talking with Great Times, Falguni irked one and all with her remarks for plus size girls as she said, "I won't intentionally tell her to shed weight, but you need enough time, and you're able to work on your own. It's rather simple to lose a few inches if you would like to." 

Further, if she had been asked as to what advice would she give to a bride who's unable to lose weight, she replied, "Extended blouses, more flared lehengas rather than fitted- since fitted won't function when you are a little bit. No profound flashes for them may be higher."

Amber Qureshi, is the owner of The Plum Tree style, a brand which caters to plus size women, also known to the designer on her Instagram page and garnered support from netizens. 

We bring you the comment here: "To all you beautiful ladies, I am so so sorry if I've inadvertently hurt anybody's feelings. This was not my intention at all. Having dealt with body issues all my life, I recognize that we ought to wear what we want and what makes us happy.

It is relatively overwhelming to see the fashion industry finally do away with the idea that skinny is pretty. For years together, the ideology of plus size girls being contemplated as misfits in the world of style was supposed to function as a bright idea. But finally, we've walked away with this, and now, we see several and size girls taking to the ramp. 

However, it's quite saddening to find this in spite of coming this far, plus size girls get body-shamed and that also by a well-known designer.

The incident happened during a recent interview with Great Times at which Falguni Peacock was asked concerning what advice would she give to plus size girls, and she said, I won't blatantly tell her to lose weight, but also you have enough time, and you're able to work on yourself. 

It is rather simple to eliminate a couple of inches if you want to." She replied, "Extended blouses, more flared lehengas rather than fitted since fitted won't work when you are a tiny bit. No profound flashes for them might be higher." 

This did not go down well with several men and women, and also the movie has been pulled down.

See: Reasons to watch Khandani Shafakhana.
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