"Can't Be Returned If It Doesn't Have Tag"- Fans Poke Fun At Janhvi Kapoor As The Price Tag Is Spotted In Her Dress In A Viral Video!
Fans crack jokes as Janhvi Kapoor steps out with price tag still attached to her salwar-kurta during Pilates class on Tuesday
In the video, Janhvi whose upcoming films are 'Dostana 2', 'Gunjan Saxena' and 'Roohi Afza', exits from the class and makes way to the car as the cameras followed her. From behind the price tag was clearly visible hanging through the thread from her chunni.
Before checking out how fans reacted to the video, watch it for yourself first:
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The comments section is full of people writing on her dupatta's price tag.
"tag ..bhul gyi nikalna," one wrote.
Another wrote: "Did she or her stylist rob that suit from a shop? It has that sensor wala thing attached to dupatta."
Price tag spotted on Janhvi Kapoor's dupatta in a recent video from her Pilates class and it's going viral currently with fans poking fun at her
"Myntra return will not pick it up if it doesn't have tag... that's y," a user wrote in jest.
Myntra was quick to respond. A comment was posted on behalf of the fashion e-commerce company on Wednesday. It read: "Flag it, tag it, bag it. Clothes returned without a tag are as good as rag! We don't wanna brag, but if you follow the steps, your return will be without a snag!"
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