Ever since actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas shared a few photos from her Diwali party, she has been mercilessly trolled on social media. In addition to a few photos, Priyanka also posted a video on her Instagram page, in which she and her husband Nick Jonas take some cheerful poses for the camera. The same video was also shared by Nick on his Instagram page and he captioned it as, “Happy Diwali to you and yours. I send you all the love and light. My beautiful wife introduced me to so much. wonderful Indian festivals and traditions. My heart is so full to be able to share this with our friends and family. “
Shortly after the video was posted on social media, many netizens began attacking Priyanka for burning firecrackers at her own Diwali party, while pleading for a cracker-free Diwali. If you are also one of those who misjudged Priyanka, let us tell you that Priyanka did not burn firecrackers, but instead used “cold spark machines” for her Diwali holiday.
Those who don’t know, cold spark machines operate at a temperature of around 62 degrees Fahrenheit. The lower temperature of the sparks, the absence of smoke and the absence of odor make these cold fireworks an ideal effect for indoor events.
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“People camp here saying about pollution, they are called cold spark machines. They do no harm,” wrote one netizen, while defending Priyanka Chopra.
“People who troll Priyanka must not know about cold spark machines. Poor PeeCee,” another netizen tweeted.
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“They ain’t crackers, stop spreading this, the name is stage props. firecrackers.
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