It is a common occurrence to come across individuals engaging in speculations about the actions of celebrities. With the widespread availability of social media, people have the ability to observe every aspect of their lives, and if something doesn’t meet their expectations, they often begin spreading baseless rumors. Sara Ali Khan, a well-known figure in Bollywood, has recently faced criticism from trolls who repeatedly raise doubts about her religious background.
Sara Ali Khan got trolled again for visiting the Mahakaleshwar Temple
Amidst the promotions for her upcoming film, “Zara Hatke Zara Bachke,” Sara Ali Khan has been actively seen traveling to different cities and popular attractions in the company of Vicky Kaushal. Their recent sighting took place at the renowned Lord Shiva Mahakaleshwar Temple, where they were observed engaging in prayers and performing rituals.
This is not the first instance of Sara being seen at a temple, as she had previously visited another Lord Shiva Temple in Lucknow, accompanied by Vicky Kaushal. Additionally, prior to that, the actress was spotted at the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, where she sought blessings ahead of the release of her new film.
Sara Ali Khan has been targeted numerous times regarding where her religious ethnicity lies
We all are well aware that Sara has been born and brought up in a family looking up to different faiths. Amrita Singh, her mother, is a Sikh and Saif Ali Khan, her father, is a Muslim. For some people, it is hard to digest and acknowledge these simple facts and just like every other time, they have started to troll her.
Sara Ali Khan gave a befitting response to shut down the trolls
During her most recent press conference ahead of her new release Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, Sara finally broke her silence.
“I take my work very seriously. I work for people, for you. I would feel bad if you don’t like my work but my personal beliefs are my own. I will go to Ajmer Sharif with the same devotion with which I will go to Bangla Sahib or Mahakal. I will continue visiting. People can say whatever they want, I have no problem. You should like the energy of a place…I believe in energy”
#WATCH | Indore, Madhya Pradesh | When asked about internet trolling after her visit to Mahakal Temple in Ujjain, actress Sara Ali Khan says, "…I take my work very seriously. I work for people, for you. I would feel bad if you don't like my work but my personal beliefs are my… pic.twitter.com/ffXdurUCDY
— ANI (@ANI) May 31, 2023
Vicky Kaushal also spoke up regarding this issue,
“Internet is an open medium aap kuch bhi bol sakte ho. Apki marzi aap kaha dhyaan doge”
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, set to hit the big screens today.