Jaya Bachchan Slams Priest For Inappropriate Behavior At Esha Deol’s Baby Shower

Recently, Esha Deol celebrated her baby shower. The ceremony was a traditional Sindhi god bharai and she turned into a bride again. Loads of pictures and videos have filled the Internet. Esha Deol was looking resplendent in the traditional attire designed by Neeta Lulla.

The ceremony was graced by many Bollywood biggies. With mommy, Hema Malini and hubby Bharat Takhtani by her side, Esha was looking lovely.

However, everybody was not happy during the celebrations.  Recently, Veteran actress and Amitabh Bachchan’s wife, Jaya Bachchan lashed out at the priest on the venue. She slammed him for inappropriate behavior as he was busy clicking selfies with Esha instead of doing his job.

According to the sources, Mrs. Bachchan was personally looking into every state of affair. She was making sure everything is done properly at the function. However, she was extremely annoyed with the priest.

She blasted at him for not concentrating on the rituals and instead kept clicking selfies. According to an insider, she burst out at him and said,“The moment Jayaji noticed someone from Panditji’s team clicking a selfie, she reprimanded him saying, ‘aap puja mein dhyan dijiye.”

Everyone went into a fit of laughter at this comment. But Jaya didn’t approve of his behavior. This is not the first time Jaya Bachchan showed everyone how disciplined she is.

Earlier, when she went to a college fest and the students started taking her pictures, she found it really irksome.

She even told them,”Please stop taking pictures. I hate it because it’s right in my eyes. These are basic manners which we Indians have to learn. Just because you have a camera and a mobile, you have the freedom of taking anyone’s picture anytime, without asking that person! These are basic educations that all colleges and schools and parents at home should teach their children. It’s very annoying. I have a freedom to say no from being photographed. I am trying to chat here. You are sitting right in front of me, clicking right into my eyes. I hate indiscipline.”

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