Sara Ali Khan Gets Slammed For Wishing Ganesh Chaturti; “You Are Shame For Muslim” Says A Troller
We say that India is a country of diverse religion and culture. Everyone accept and respect each other’s religion but really how true is it? Sara Ali Khan has emerged as one of the most talked-about Bollywood debutants in history. Her debut with father Saif Ali Khan on Koffee with Karan made her an instant favourite of not just the paps but also the people around. She made everyone her fan with her candid answers and poised nature. She came out as a down to earth star who is no different from any girl next door. With two movies making good money on the box office, Sara Ali Khan has certainly made it clear that she is here to stay.
Well, Bollywood starts to get troll as soon as they enter the Bollywood. People get them wrong all the time. They are trolled their dresses, behaviour, photographs, affairs and what not? Recently, Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan has been attacked on the religious ground after she posted a picture of herself with Hindu god, Ganesh Ji on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Captioning the picture as “Ganpati Bappa Morya! May Ganeshji remove all your obstacles, and fill your year with laughter, positivity and success. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi”, she shared:
On Ganesh Chaturthi, Sara Ali Khan took her official Instagram handle to wish her fans. The actress shared an image of her seeking blessings from Lord Ganesha and people started trolling her mercilessly because according to them she is a Muslim and should stick to Islam. One user commented “Why don’t you change your name from Sara to Sara(swati) or something and then worship all the gods…”, “I though you are Muslim,” said another. As one said “Please accept Hinduism,”. Came other and said, “Please Saraji behave yourself you are a Muslim so… please don’t do this again,”. A user even asked her to change her God. “Shame on you if you are Khan then don’t change god,” he said.
This is really disgusting. People should start using their minds, its high time now.