Lisa Haydon slams Indian publication for saying she married a 'Pakistani'

The actor perfectly responded to the article through tweets


Entertainment Desk November 02, 2016
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Bollywood actor Lisa Haydon perfectly shut down an Indian newspaper after they called her out for marrying a 'Pakistani.'

Haydon recently tied the knot with her boyfriend Dino Lalvani in a dreamy private wedding in Thailand. But things did not settle well with an Indian paper.

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DNA India published a feature on cross-border marriages and called Lisa's new family 'Pakistanis' although they are Indians. In addition to that, they added quotes on how she was a misfit in the industry and how Bollywood wouldn't mind bidding her goodbye post marriage.

Naturally, this did not go down too well with Haydon and she slammed the article by tweeting a thread on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/HaydonLisa/status/793655127626448896

https://twitter.com/HaydonLisa/status/793666930431459332

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https://twitter.com/HaydonLisa/status/793667375795204096

"Lisa will happily bid goodbye to Bollywood and Bollywood won’t mind saying goodbye to her," reported DNA India. The Queen actor responded saying:

https://twitter.com/HaydonLisa/status/793667529625436160

https://twitter.com/HaydonLisa/status/793667463649058820

More power to to you, Lisa!

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COMMENTS (12)

Shiv | 4 years ago | Reply @stevenson: Wrong. There are many Pakistanis who pass them off as Indians, especially in the US. In the UK where I also worked for a year, many restaurants owned by Pakistanis position themselves as Indian ones.
Sach | 4 years ago | Reply May be her husband is hotter than normal Indian men . That might have caused this controversy
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