Bharti reacts to Trolls saying Husband ‘Piggybacking’ on Fame

Comedian Bharti Singh has reacted to trolls accusing her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa of “piggybacking” on her fame.

Bharti reacts to Trolls saying Husband 'Piggybacking' on Fame f

"I also feel that when I know I am right"

Comedian Bharti Singh opened up on trolls accusing her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa of using her to achieve fame.

The pair have been married since 2017.

They have also participated in various shows such as Nach Baliye and Khatron Ke Khiladi.

However, the couple have been subjected to trolling, with the haters accusing Haarsh of “piggybacking” on his wife’s fame.

But Haarsh said: “It’s honestly not a big deal for us.

“As individuals and a couple, we are really very secure.

“I also feel that when I know I am right, whatever the world says, it really doesn’t matter.”

Bharti added: “While trolls may not understand our equation, people who we work with know that Bharti will speak the lines only when Haarsh pens them.

“We are incomplete without each other and create a dhamaal when we work together.

“I honestly love mouthing Haarsh’s scripts as he understands me best. We really don’t care what others feel as we are strong together.”

On the work front, Bharti and Haarsh are preparing to launch their joint project, Indian Game Show, on the YouTube channel Bharti TV.

The show will have up to 50 celebrities taking part in fun-filled games.

Bharti thanked friends for their support, saying:

“Everyone we called has been excited about being on our show. Who doesn’t want to be a kid again?”

“However, their enthusiasm has proved that we have built some goodwill and people are there to support us.”

Haarsh explained that the show will launch in mid-November 2021 and air three times a week.

He said: “The YouTube channel will have no vlogs but rather originally created shows.

“While we will soon announce the complete guest list, as of now I can say that our close friends Aly Goni, Jasmin Bhasin, Punit J Pathak, and Raghav Juyal will definitely feature in the show.”

Away from TV, Bharti and Haarsh are planning to start a family.

She said: “Times have changed and people no longer have hang-ups with working with women who are pregnant or have a baby.

“I think channels will be happy as they get more content from my personal life.

“Also, I want to change how maternity is looked at and want to be in action throughout.

“I want our baby to join us on the stage even when they are in my womb, and listen to their parents.

“They should know what a happening life their parents have, sometimes they are on a dance show, other times singing and laughter is a constant.”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”