Former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma continues to be in the limelight after her alleged remarks on Prophet Muhammad. As you all know, she is part of the headlines these days because the Supreme Court has asked her to apologise on TV. Amid all this, tweets of many Bollywood stars are going viral. You all must have known that after the brutal murder of tailor Kanhaiyalal in Udaipur, this controversy is getting deeper. On the other hand, the Supreme Court held Nupur Sharma responsible for the deteriorating situation. At the same time, he also went on TV and asked the entire country to apologise.
Let us tell you all that many stars have also taken nupur in the hands of this case, although they have also been trolled because when Maulana Ilyas Sarfuddin called the Shiva God of Hinduism a private part, no Bollywood star said anything. Due to this, now from Farhan Akhtar to Kareena Kapoor, Vishal Dadlani is getting trolled. Let us tell you that actor-director Farhan Akhtar is very active on social media. At the same time, even after Nupur Sharma's remarks, he made a statement and said, "A forced apology is never from the heart.'' However, after this statement, he was trolled and people reminded him of Maulana Ilyas Sarfuddin's statement and said that if He called Lord Shiva a private part, then his mouth did not open.
Apart from him, actress Richa Chadha also made her comment. Yes, and she was also trolled. In fact, in the case of Nupur, Richa said, "If the statement is withdrawn under any pressure, is it an apology? History is witness that whenever there was to be a life to be saved, forgiveness had to come in handy. Respect your heroes.'' At the same time, the trollers also asked her to remember her religion and speak on Maulana Ilyas Sarfuddin's statement, though she did not say anything. Apart from her, Mirzapur fame actor Divyendur Sharma also wrote against Nupur's comment, ''One is disrespect and one is too much disgrace. We got that done.''
However, after this, some users were seen trolling him as well. Apart from all this, singer-composer and songwriter Vishal Dadlani said, "I am surprised whether stupid Twitter-bhakts also have a sense of the loss that Nupur has caused to India during the sensitive economic situation of the country.'' However, he also did not say anything about maulana Ilyas Sarfuddin's statement due to which he was also trolled fiercely.