Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee and his creations are a cult favorite. The designer and his classic designs are something that every girl dreams of getting her hands on!
The designer Instagrammed a special Women's Day post. But looks like his message wasn't received in the best of spirits.
On the occasion of International Women's Day, the designer grammed beautiful stills of Varshita Thatavarthi, a plus-size model by profession. Dressed in a magenta-red lehenga, Varshita stunned in the ethereal lehenga. The post was captioned as, 'This International Women's Day, celebrate confidence.'
While his intentions and sentiments were pure, the post received a lot of flak in the name of hypocrisy and emoting a negative approach. More than appreciation, the designer received criticism on putting forward such a 'shallow' or 'hypocritic' message, as his followers called it.
Many argued that it's wrong to emote and assume that dark-skinned and curvy women lack confidence, which was the message that many primarily received. Many also argued on the point of 'self-confidence', as to why it should be celebrated only on occasion and not every day.
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