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Ayesha Takia BREAKS silence on her lip job, says 'didn't go under the knife'

It's been a while when a picture of Ayesha Takia went viral on social media in which she looked unrecognizable post a lip surgery. The actress was reportedly trolled for her plastic look and was criticized her for taking up a wrong decision.


  |  Updated On : June 18, 2017 10:13 AM
Ayesha Takia BREAKS silence on her lip job

Ayesha Takia BREAKS silence on her lip job

New Delhi :  

Ayesha Takia has rubbished the reports of her lip job and stated that she hasn't gone under the knife. The actress also asserted that the rumors were all nonsense that passed off with a laugh.

Interestingly, it's been a while when a picture of Ayesha went viral on social media in which she looked unrecognisable post a lip surgery. The actress was reportedly trolled for her plastic look and was criticised her for taking up a wrong decision.

However, Takia finally cleared air on her rumored lip surgery and stated it was a morphed picture. "I was in Goa when the morphed picture was shared online. I have a small face but in that picture it looked long and funny. I passed it off with a laugh," Ayesha told in a interview with a tabloid.

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The actress, who is also a mother of three-and-a-half-year-old son Mikail, also asserted that she has never been a believer of cosmetic surgeries. “I’ve never been someone who wanted to look pretty with nothing to say. When people see me face-to face they know immediately that I’ve not gone under the knife and they are the ones who matter,” Ayesha added.

The actress, who was also seen in Salman Khan's 2009 release 'Wanted', will soon be making her comeback on the big screen with her single titled 'Zindagi Yeh Zindagi' which is releasing on June 19.

First Published: Sunday, June 18, 2017 09:52 AM

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