Adah Sharma is a recognised face not just in the South Indian Film industries but also in Bollywood. She has starred in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Tamil films. Adah is going to be seen in ‘Commando 3’, ‘Bypass Road’ and ‘Man to Man’ soon.

Recently, the actor took to social media to share photos of herself where she is seen donning a traditional attire. She is all decked up and seems ready for a grand union. At least her post says so.

In a string of posts on Twitter, Adah listed out her expectations in a groom. She is on a groom search and has a list of requirements for the guy to meet. Her groom hunting post on social media has attracted a lot of attention, and people are confused at Adah’s unexpected declaration.

Her groom hunting post on social media has attracted a lot of attention, and people are confused at Adah’s unexpected declaration.

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Amusing but thought provoking post

She wrote in her post, “Wanted: Groom who does not eat onions. Caste, colour, religion, shoe size, visa, swimming skills, biceps, Instagram followers, horoscope no bar. He should be willing to cook three times a day with a smiling face and shave regularly.”

In her next post, she further added that he must wear only ethnic Indian clothes. And he will be given five litres of water to drink per day, but alcohol and animal consumption are restricted. Also, he should show respect towards all Indian movies irrespective of language and enjoy watching them.

Adah Sharma also ended her post by quoting that “only mails and snails can apply. Application valid till August 2014.”

Looks like her posts are mocking the existing matrimonial advertisements which are regularly given out for brides. Well, Adah’s posts are a fresh perspective to see how the same stereotypes can be applied to men.

Adah’s post on Instagram has received over two lakh views, and she looks sensational in the bridal photo-shoot. It is unclear whether this message is for her forthcoming movie or a television program.

Looks like her posts are mocking the existing matrimonial advertisements which are regularly given out for brides. Well, Adah’s posts are a fresh perspective to see how the same stereotypes can be applied to men.

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Image credit: Zee News

Saumya Rastogi is an intern with SheThePeople.TV

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