Sonakshi Sinha has become synonymous to Ramayan these days, you may ask why? Well, it was during her appearance on the last season of Kaun Banega Crorepati when the actress failed to answer a question on Ramayan and ever since then, she has been getting trolled left, right and centre. Well, the re-run of this epic mythological show has only added to the Dabangg actress’ troubles. During a recent interactive session with the Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Sinha opened up on her disappointment of still getting trolled over an ‘honest mistake’.
The actress was quoted saying, “I participated with a contestant named Ruma Devi. A question was asked to us on Sanjeevani Booti, and for a moment, both Ruma and I went blank. Honestly, it was a bit embarrassing, since we have grown up reading and watching Ramayana. But it was really long ago, and we all tend to have moments when we go blank. Since then, it has been five to six months, and it’s disheartening that people still troll me over one honest mistake.”
The actress added how trolls don’t understand Lord Ramayana by saying, “Ramayana was about Lord Rama teaching everyone how to be a better son, better father, better husband and a better human, in general, and without realising that learning from Lord Rama these people just sit and attack me.”
For those unknown, Sonakshi was caught up in a mess after she couldn’t answer the question about whom did Hanuman fetch the Sanjeevani herb for. And as the actress used a helpline for the same, host Big B schooled her for not being able to answer such question, especially when her bungalow is named Ramayana, her father Shatrughan Sinha is named after Lord Rama’s brother and her brothers Luv and Kush got their names from Lord Rama’s sons. (ALSO READ - Sonakshi Sinha Fed Up With Constant Trolls Around Her Ramayan IQ; Says, 'Watch It On Doordarshan')
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