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Priyanka Met Gala 2019

Priyanka Chopra Is Being Called ‘Bil Batori’ From Ainak Wala Jin For Her Met Gala 2019 Look And It’s Hilarious!

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Met Gala if you don’t know already is an annual fundraising gala or the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City. Each year a theme is placed and all the attendees are expected to match their outfits according to it. This year’s Met Gala theme was ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’. We saw big celebrities walk the red carpet and showed off their take of the theme – among the plethora of celebrities were Lady Gaga, Cardi B, Katy Perry, Deepika Padukone, Jared Leto, Nick Jonas, and Priyanka Chopra.

Once the Met Gala is over everyone post out there verdict on which celebrity was worse and best dressed. Lo and behold this time Priyanka Chopra made it to the list. Priyanka Chopra took a whimsical twist to her Met gown; a Dior feathery silver gown that is sheer on top with big hair and a silver tall spiky crown sitting on top of her head. She looked great but Pakistanis and Indians didn’t quite understand the look and she was massively trolled.

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Pakistanis are calling her Bil Batori from Ainak Wala Jin

LOL, Allah’s punishment for adding fuel to fire after Pulwama Incident

Who wore it better? Johnny Depp hands down.

Pretty close, I’d say.

Mooch nahin to kuch nahin.

Marouane Fellaini looking sharp.

Was she inspired? It looks like it.

When she’s your girlfriend and when she is your wife. So apt!

What does her Met Gala 2019 look remind you of? Let us know in the comment section below.

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