Once a video of a girl wearing a bikini and a miniskirt went viral on social media, the girl gained notoriety. Several people on Twitter ridiculed the "Delhi Metro Girl" for her clothing choices. Others were interested in finding out who she was and why she would dress that way. Thankfully, the much-discussed "Delhi Metro Girl" recently discussed her audacious decisions in an interview.
The girl is seen standing up to exit the Delhi Metro while just wearing a bra and a miniskirt. A fellow passenger is said to have recorded the girl for nine seconds. Even while many mocked the youngster for her odd sense of style, others criticised the photographer of invading her privacy and placing responsibility on him.
Intriguingly, in response to her comparison of Uorfi Javed, a Bigg Boss OTT star and fashionista, Rhythm asserted that she was "in no way influenced" by the latter. She continued by saying that a close friend had lately shown her images and that was how she first learned about Uorfi Javed. Rhythm Chanana said that she had been travelling in such outfits for quite some time and that this was not the first time she had been seen with a bra and miniskirt.
But, the 19-year-old girl lamented that her family firmly disapproved of the way she dressed. The girl stated in response to her widely shared video that the Delhi Metro should rigorously enforce its "no filming inside the metro" regulation and prosecute the individual who recorded her.