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Couple Trolled for Intimate Post-Wedding Photoshoot

Hrushi Karthik and Lekshmi were excited about their post-wedding photoshoot. But they had no idea the moral police would ambush them. The couple from Kerala spoke to Brut about the trolls and the abusive comments they received on their photos.

23/10/2020 8:43 AM
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  • Ursila K.
    4 days

    U guys are fabulous 💖

  • Regeni K.
    12/11/2020 22:54

    പണ്ടൊക്കെ ഇങ്ങനത്തെ ഒരു സീൻ ഒക്കെ കാണുന്നത് സാദാരണ"A" rated movie അല്ലെങ്കിൽ അതിന്റെ posters... ഇപ്പോൾ മുഖപുസ്തകം തുറന്നാൽ മതി😂😂😂

  • Paladin U.
    06/11/2020 03:07

    Those who wrote negitive comment and trolls , they did right thing bcz they cant post porn teasers bcz porn is banned in india

  • Mark K.
    05/11/2020 03:12

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  • Anil T.
    04/11/2020 07:33

    What the bloody message you want to convey to the common public by posting these kind of xxx nude videos and photos??? You wanna entertain the youths??? Was that your intention??? Because normally these kind of nude entertaining videos we could watch in movies only. Nowadays most of the people are simply trying to imitate and follow the bloody new gen foolish styles and cultures. No wonder if in the near future people shoot and publish the bedroom scenes as well and name it "Save The Moments"😉😏😏😏😏😏😏😏.

  • Jyoti R.
    03/11/2020 09:46

    Well said Ankur

  • Deepti B.
    03/11/2020 06:34

    Beautiful shoot..

  • Bhavisha T.
    03/11/2020 03:54

    It was their wish they did, super photoshoot

  • Dori D.
    02/11/2020 23:20

    I love it! Show your love! Sheesh, they are married so why not? I love, love. I have seen way worse from couples on social media and the photos are tasteful. I wish them a happy and passionate marriage.

  • Janet C.
    02/11/2020 15:46

    These are beautiful photos, not just from a photographer standpoint, but just gorgeous. They are tasteful and intimate. I love them. I'm glad they shared them.

  • Babita N.
    02/11/2020 13:11

    Awesome clicks... Really nice photography

  • Farria K.
    02/11/2020 09:58

    When someone is expressing love to each other in a loving and caring way we should be support them. Having a memorable experience like this is priceless and the love they share is a wonderful thing. Their family and friends should be happy to see the love they share for each other.

  • ইসহাক ভ.
    02/11/2020 09:14

    Beautiful may God keep you guys together

  • Toddy K.
    02/11/2020 05:31

    Great pictures, great memories...❤️ from Canada

  • Arthik K.
    02/11/2020 05:05

    btw ,they forgot to tag pic credits

  • Arthik K.
    02/11/2020 04:54

    I dont support them , pics are good but it shouldnt be on public domain .

  • Azeem M.
    02/11/2020 01:20

    Its your life. Dont worry about haters. The photos were intimate, naughty and cute. There was no vulgarity. Wish you both a long, healthy and happy married life, filled with love and affection towards each other

  • Christine L.
    02/11/2020 00:26

    Beautiful photos!! People are just jealous and have nothing better to do obviously. Love will conquer all.

  • Isshaela I.
    01/11/2020 23:32

    Happy and freeing. Beautiful to see this open expression of evident joy

  • Simone A.
    01/11/2020 21:34

    I‘m joining this discussion from Berlin after reading an article about this photoshoot on my BBC app. First of all I would like to say that I find the setting and choice of garments (comforters?) quite odd and certainly very inappropriate for wedding pictures. They were the couple‘s personal choice, for reasons I fail to understand. However, they do not deserve to be harassed because of this, and I was very sad to find out that they were subjected to verbal abuse by the general public. Yet what really shocked me as a westerner was the fact that some critics accused them of „aping the west“. There is nothing to ape, dear critics. Photos of people frolicking in tea fields wrapped in comforters may be a feature in a wacky art project, but I haven’t come across anyone who would ridicule the somber occasion of a wedding with such a show of suggested nudity. So Indian critics may well be advised to have a closer look at western culture before making inappropriate comparisons.

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