Dangal actress, Zaira Wasim quits after being 5 years in Bollywood. She explained in a lengthy post how her career is coming in between with her ‘imaan’ and religion and she chooses her religion over her career. A fair choice I guess. A person should be able to choose and do what he or she wills. But is her decision right? This news is not going well with netizens, people are trolling her for her short span in Bollywood.
Disgusting to see some ‘liberals’ supporting her decision to quit films due to ‘religious reasons’. We know she has been under pressure from religious extremists. Instead of encouraging her to be fearless and progressive, you support her in going backwards..!! #ZairaWasim
— Manak Gupta (@manakgupta) June 30, 2019
Dear #ZairaWasim I respect your decision of quitting movies. I don’t agree with the reasons that you’ve given. I think you’re an incredible actress and you can do so much more with your career.
I genuinely hope you’d rethink and continue to pursue Acting…
— Faridoon Shahryar (@iFaridoon) June 30, 2019
— Don Corleone (@saffron_archer) June 30, 2019
— Thakur Sahab (@Angry_Engg) June 30, 2019
#ZairaWasim: Acting has affected my relation with Allah
SK, SRK, Amir, Tabu, Katrina Kaif: pic.twitter.com/AsrtLjZBNV
— Ajay Chalotra Yogi (@ChalotraAjay) June 30, 2019
*A random Mullah says something against Nusrat Jahan’a Sindoor and Mangalsutra*
RW-Liberal :This is not acceptable, Her Life, Her Choice,respect her.
* #ZairaWasim quit Bollywood*
RW-Liberal : This is radicalization, Islam and Muslims and Kashmiris are fanatics and Blah Blah.
— Md Asif Khan آصِف (@imMAK02) June 30, 2019
And the other, though from the same community, is being praised for living the true Indian spirit without ‘Damaging her relationship with Allah’ pic.twitter.com/oBGy4XPg58
— Mahendra Singh Rana (@Teramsrana) June 30, 2019
— Haris (@Haris81110242) June 30, 2019
In the end, it’s her decision and she is an adult capable of making her own.
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