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‘Tu naam ki Muslim hai’: Islamists abuse Sara Ali Khan again, this time for visiting Kedarnath Dham

“‘Tu naam ki Muslim hai’: Islamists abuse Sara Ali Khan again, this time for visiting Kedarnath Dham”, Opindia, May 11, 2023:

On Wednesday, May 10, Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan shared a few pictures from her recent visit to the Kedarnath Dham in Uttarakhand on her Instagram page. Actor Saif Ali Khan and actress Amrita Singh’s daughter often visits Kedarnath to have the darshan of Mahadev.

While several people dropped positive comments, Islamists, however, were fuming over a Muslim girl committing a ‘shirk’ (sin) by visiting a Hindu temple. 

Sara Ali Khan wrote a long caption expressing her gratitude, the caption read, “The first time I came to these places- I had never faced a camera. Today I can’t imagine my life without it. Thank you Kedarnath for making me who I am and giving me all that I have. Very few people are lucky enough to come to you, and I am full of gratitude and appreciation that I can come back to just thank you. Jai Bholenath……”

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