ईद की पोस्ट पर ट्रोल हुए शान, सिंगर ने निकाली भड़ास, बोले- ‘गलत धारणा ने फैलाएं’
Shaan Latest Video: On the occasion of Eid, Bollywood’s playback singer Shaan shared his photo while wearing a hat. For which the singer was trolled a lot. Now Shaan has given his reaction.
Shaan Furious On Trolls: If we talk about the great playback singers of Hindi cinema, then the name of Shingar Shaan will definitely be included in it. Shaan has won everyone’s heart with his magical voice. Not only this, Shaan is also known for his impeccable style. Shaan, who is quite busy on social media, congratulated the fans on Eid by sharing photos of him wearing a cap and reciting Nawaz. After which the singer was trolled a lot. Now Shaan has started a class of trolls regarding this matter.
Shaan lashed out at the trolls
On the occasion of Eid, Singer Shaan shared a picture on his official Instagram handle. In which he was seen wearing a white cap on his head and reading Nawaz. This picture of Shaan is old and in the caption of this photo, Shaan congratulated everyone on Eid. But as soon as this post came to the fore, Shaan started getting trolled a lot on social media. Seeing his criticism, on the same day, Shaan also shared a video on Instagram, in which he lashed out at the trolls. Shaan said- ‘In today’s time everyone’s thinking is moving forward, but there are some people whose thinking has lagged behind.
I am not justifying anyone, I am just talking about myself. The identity of our India is that we should celebrate all the festivals. Along with this, every religion should be respected. Those who do this live their life freely. Have lived with each other with love, do not spread any misconception, it only causes harm and nothing else.
great importance of thinking
Taking his point forward, Shaan has said that- ‘Respecting every religion is depending on the thinking of a person. Today we are living in progressive India. We should respect everyone’s religion, we do not go against anyone by adopting the look of any religion, rather it is their way of celebration. How do I celebrate a festival, my thinking, I cannot change it, nor can I change my thinking.