The comments section turned hateful with several questioning Khan's religion
While others in some parts of the country are advocating religious harmony like our report on the Muslim community of Dor Galli in Gadag, Karnataka, who offered pooja to the Ganapathi, bigotry is afoot on the Internet.
It all played out when actor Shah Rukh Khan shared an image of his youngest, AbRam, worshipping Lord Ganesha. Within seconds hateful comments filled the feed shaming the actor for encouraging his child to worship a Hindu deity while being a Muslim. Hindu and Muslim extremists spewed venom in the name of religion, and the innocence of the image was getting lost.
However, the actor's fans came to the rescue and positive comments started pouring in. While one user said, "don't comment bad for others religion... Thats it" others wrote, " the whole religion isn't doing it... Only people are... Don't belittle a whole religion based on what people say.... And just because they say it it doesn't become true... Start respecting then and you will receive it too... These religions have developed over ages so they do defence some respect even it they are not your own...."
Remember Aryan bhi jab itney se umar ka tha woh bhi khudse puja karta tha💘— ✿ Sнαн Kι Bιωι ✿ (@JacyKhan) September 16, 2018
You have brought up our Babies so beautifully with all the moral values is incredible 🙏🏻How pure from the deepest heart they are formed, by your nurturing🌸Babush ko woh Gayatri mantra aata hai Papa ?😋 pic.twitter.com/hQWzCsEIav
अगर कर पायें तो, इतनी इनायत कीजिये साहब— Radhe Malawat 🇮🇳 (@RadheMalawat) September 16, 2018
दिलों में फ़ूट की न अब, शरारत कीजिये साहब।
बड़ी मुश्किल से, अम्नो-चैन की तस्वीर पाई है
यही कायम रहे, ऐसी वकालत कीजिये साहब
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Last Updated Sep 19, 2018, 9:28 AM IST