Munmun Dutta Dubai: Famous TV show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma’ fame Babita Ji aka actress Munmun Dutta has once again come into the limelight. Actually she is enjoying her vacation in Dubai these days.
She has gone with her mother on this trip. Babita ji also visited the mosque in Abu Dhabi during the trip and clicked some photos outside it. Now the actress has shared some wonderful photos with her mother on her social media account. On this, Munmun Dutta has come under the trolls’ target.
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Munmun Dutta trolled for going to the mosque (Munmun Dutta Dubai)
These days everyone’s favorite Babita ji has gone to Dubai. During this, she also went to Abu Dhabi Mosque and shared some of her photos from there on social media. In the photo you can see that Babita ji is wearing a black colored burqa. So far more than 4 lakh people have seen this photo and are commenting on it. You can see that fans are commenting on his post citing religion.
One user wrote that, be a Hindu, go to the temple, not the mosque, while the other wrote that Hindu temples are less and there is a need to go to the mosque. At the same time, slogans of Jai Shri Ram are also being raised in the comment box. Looking at these comments, it can be inferred that the fans are not happy about his going to the mosque.
Users made these comments
Let us tell you about the comment that came in the comment box of Babita ji that the fans have written. One wrote, ‘Is there a lack of Hindu temple that goes to the mosque.’ Another wrote, ‘Be a Hindu, go to the temple, not the mosque.’ Many people are writing Jai Shri Ram. On the other hand, some people have become so angry that they are talking about unfollowing Munmun Dutta.
Munmun Dutta wrote the caption ,Munmun Dutta Dubai,
Let us tell you that while posting the photo, Babita aka Munmun Dutta wrote in the caption that- ‘I am proud to be a Hindu’. Further wrote that ‘before anyone asks anything or assumes anything silly… I am a proud Hindu and if I am visiting another country and culture, I will respect it. In the same way, I would expect any person of other religion to respect my religion and beliefs.