Uorfi Javed has landed into trouble yet again for wearing revealing clothes. This time she is detained for her bold looks in Dubai UAE.
There has never been a time when Uorfi has not been the target of constant hatred and trouble for wearing provocative clothing, but this time she has gotten herself into even more trouble.
This time, the actor was attacked and imprisoned for filming a scene for her new song while wearing revealing attire on the streets of Dubai. She landed into trouble because this behaviour is strictly “prohibited” in Dubai.
A report pops up into this matter confirming that uorfi is currently being questioned by the higher authorities.
Uorfi had recently travelled to the UAE, where she has been staying for over a week, For filming one of her next projects. She has been posting videos and images on her social media handles while shooting and sporting a variety of unusual attire.
According to a recent story, Uorfi was questioned by Dubai police after she recorded a video “in an open area” while wearing clothing that was not “permitted” to be photographed in public.
The police are questioning her despite the fact that there is no problem with the costume but with the location where she was filming the video. It was an open area and they don’t think she has permission to wear what she was wearing.
Additionally, the UAE authorities can delay her trip back to India. Uorfi has also previously encountered legal issues as a result of appearing in a music video while dressed in an orange saree.
As per reports, among her all the other outfits she wore. She was mainly sent hateful comments while shooting a remake of the well-known Zeenat Aman song Haye Haye Yeh Majboori. On October 11, the song’s music video was made available. A complaint was allegedly made against Uorfi in Delhi for “posting or transmission of material involving sexually explicit act” after the release of the video.
Recently Uorfi was seen on Sunny Leone and Arjun Bijlani’s dating reality series Splitsvilla X4. She attracted attention for wearing weird bold costumes as well.
Uorfi made headlines last month after author Chetan Bhagat claimed that young people in this country, particularly boys, were drawn to her. She had called Chetan a “pervert” in response to his remark and released images of what she claimed were his leaked WhatsApp communications from the MeToo campaign in 2018.
Uorfi Javed frequently makes headlines for her unusual sense of style. The actress is regarded as the queen of DIY fashion, using wires, flowers, bandages, and other items.
She spoke extensively about her difficulties in the profession a few weeks ago. She stated: “We are the first females to escape the generational curse and take responsibility for our own actions. We are the first woman in our family to make our own decisions about our future.”
Uorfi Past Controversy
uorfi’s life has always been difficult and she has always surrounded herself with hate for her choice of clothes and line of work. a fraction of her audience supports her for choosing her way of lifestyle tagging it as “fearless” but other part of the audience tag her fashion sense as “irrelevant and Sexist”. Despite all the sides she has always done what suited her best without caring about opinions.
On Diwali celebration, Uorfi posted a seductive video of herself wearing only a red lehenga and no top. She received harsh criticism from many followers for sharing such a video on a lucky day. On his social media, Sudhanshu Pandey also responded to her unsuitable Diwali attire. After reading his tweet, she became enraged and criticised him for not standing up for women despite having worked on the wacky women’s series Anupamaa. The Irony, Anupamaa is a show about women’s empowerment where a lady is challenging all the socially prescribed “normals,” she noted.
She have been a victim of online harassment as well. when a man was constantly harassing her for two years and morphed her photo improperly and started distributing it publicly. Further she wrote a lengthy post regarding the same on her Instagram account.