Lara Dutta gives a witty reply to Twitter user asking her if she got vaccinated

Lara Dutta gave a befitting reply to a Twitter user when she was asked whether she had gotten the vaccination. In the tweet, multi fandom @laraduttafan1 wrote "@LaraDutta did you get vaccinated???"

Lara gave an epic reply and said, "Yes!!! Just because I didn’t post a picture doesn’t mean it didn’t happen!! (with 2 laughing emojis.)"

It has become somewhat  of a trend to post photos of yourself getting the jab and the likes of Sonakshi Sinha, Riteish Deshmukh, Genelia D’Souza, Ankita Lokhande, and Arti Singh have posted photos of themselves on their social media handles getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Twitterati went crazy after Lara's reply. One said, "now that you haven't posted a photo, will the fraternity accept you." Another said, "She is a savage queen! I wasn't ready for this loll!"

Few users also talked about how the picture of you getting the vaccine is more like a compulsory certificate.

Lara Dutta was crowned Miss World in the year 2000 and was only the second Indian woman to have won the title. She made her film debut alongside Akshay Kumar in Andaz in 2003. Her most famous movies include Partner, Housefull and No Entry.

She is married to legendary Indian tennis player, Mahesh Bhupathi. The couple ties the knot in 2011. A year later Mahesh and Lara welcomed their daughter, Saira. Lara has been spending lots of time with her family at home and enjoying it.

She will be next seen in an espionage thriller, Bellbottom alongside Akshay Kumar.

by Arushi Agrawal | Sat, Jun 19 - 12:40 PM

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