RashamiCelebrities have often had face troll for many things but mostly for their religion. There are many incidents where a Muslim actor or actress has to face trolls. And to add new to this list is Rafiath Rashid Mithila. She was also trolled for marrying a Hindu Bengali director Srijit Mukherji. But her reply is winning heart.
She took to her official Twitter handle and wrote, “I am not married to a Hindu or an Indian or a film-maker. I am married to a kind-hearted, intelligent person whom I fell in love with. And therefore, I am proud of all of his identities. Anybody trying to demean my marriage or my partner will get one tight slap! Period.”
Bas kar pagli, ab rulayegi kya?😋🤣🙈 https://t.co/3EFn11YHGb— Srijit Mukherji (@srijitspeaketh) January 12, 2020
Srijit Mukherji and Rafiath Rashid Mithila had tied the knot last year. The couple sudden marriage left many fans surprised. They married in a low keep ceremony in Kolkata.
And the way Srijit replied to her tweet proves that couple’s compatibility. Srijit Mukherji replied, “Bas kar pagli, ab rulayegi kya?”
The conversation did not stop here. In next Rafiath said, “Tussi maat ro baby, main hu na? Agar kisine kuch bhi bola to mujhe aake batana.”
Fans are loving their fun conversation and even congratulating then for standing with each other no matter what comes.
This is not the first time any actor has to face any troll. Actress turned politician Nusrat Jahan has often faced. Last year during Durga Puja celebration she was trolled for celebrating a Hindu festival. Angry over her this act Muslim cleric had criticized for not following Islam and following Hindu rituals.
Nusrat had replied that she represents an "inclusive India". Notably, Nusrat contested from Basirhat Lok Sabha seat in West Bengal and won by 3,50,369 votes.
Image Source:- twitter/srijitspeaketh, instagram/srijitmukherji
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