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‘Bigg Boss’ Julie’s Kissing Prank Game With A Boy In New Video Confuses Her Fans, Netizens Say Its Her Boyfriend

'Bigg Boss' Julie's Kissing Prank Game With A Boy In New Video Confuses Her Fans, Netizens Say Its Her Boyfriend

Maria Juliana became an instant sensation across Tamil Nadu in 2017 after she emerged out of the shadows and into the spotlight for the first time when she took part in the Jallikattu protests.

She is better known as ‘Bigg Boss’ Julie after participating as a commoner in the first season of the reality show hosted by Kamal Haasan. In the initial episodes, she was well supported by the viewers due to her fame as a social activist in the Jallikattu Protests of 2017. However, as the days went by due to her immature attitude her popularity waned and won her haters on social media.

She subsequently made special appearances in Vemal’s Mannar Vagaiyara and Hiphop Tamizha’s Naan Sirithal.

Recently she has been experimenting with photoshoots in different styles that have once again received mixed reactions on social media.

'Bigg Boss' Julie's Kissing Prank Game With A Boy In New Video Confuses Her Fans, Netizens Say Its Her Boyfriend

Now, taking time off, Julie shared a prank video on her Instagram page where she is apparently seen trying to kiss her friend on his cheek, but eventually trolls the viewers. Both Julie and her friend are seen laughing uncontrollably next, with fans asking her in the comments who her friend is. Many have posted queries under the video asking Julie whether the person alongside her in the video is her friend or boyfriend.

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