While lots of have actually appreciated Shah Rukh Khan’s motion of saying a dua, an area of individuals on social media targeted him

As the country provided a psychological goodbye to famous singer Lata Mangeshkar, visuals of star Shah Rukh Khan stating a dua at the cremation ground won hearts on the social media, as well as also set off a dispute.

Visuals from the cremation event at Shivaji Park in Mumbai show Mr. Khan and also his manager Pooja Dadlani paying their last areas to the singer. A photo of Mr. Khan with his hands increased in dua and also of Ms. Dadlani with her hands participated a ‘pranaam’ went viral on social media, with the majority of people valuing how the frame perfectly caught India’s diversity.

From political leaders to student leaders, people from varied balls appreciated the warm gesture by the superstar.

A tweet by Haryana BJP leader, nonetheless, stoked up a debate.

Arun Yadav, whose Twitter takes care of states he is the state in charge of Haryana BJP’s IT cell, shared a short clip that reveals Mr. Khan stating the dua, eliminating his mask, and also blowing air.

“Did he spew,” Mr. Yadav asked in a Twitter post, setting off a targeted social networks assault against the star, with numerous accusing Mr. Khan of disrespecting the epic singer at her funeral?

The BJP leader faced a significant reaction on social media sites as individuals started mentioning that the blowing of air after a dua is to “ward off ghouls” and accused him of setting off a debate out of an attractive moment.

Congress leader Supriya Shrinate was amongst those who hit out at Arun Yadav, implicating him of spreading out disgust.

Complying with the blowback, the BJP leader today tweeted that he was “simply asking an inquiry” which “opponents are not liking his operate in the national passion”.

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Last Updated: 7 Feb 2022