Rubina Dilaik tweeted a screenshot where people asked her to delete the post. She schooled those who threatened her.
Actor Rubina Dilaik has slammed a section of internet users who criticised and threatened her over her tweet on Diwali. On Wednesday, Rubina wrote to X (formerly known as Twitter), “To whomsoever it may concern! Diwali is over; stop bursting crackers…”
Rubina’s tweet on Diwali
She also added, “Since 10th November, non-stop crackers are being burnt till 3 am in the morning (enraged face emoji)……. enough now…. air pollution toh hai hi (exists) …. Noise pollution is killing our sleeps …..”
How some people reacted
Later, Rubina tweeted a screenshot where people asked her to delete the post. A comment read, “Delete your anti-Hindu propaganda tweet on Diwali ASAP or else we will start your boycott campaign.”
Another comment read, “Stop your Anti anti-Hindu propaganda, delete this tweet right now you Bollywoodiya. Stop using AC in your rooms. Stop using BMW/Audi Cars for personal use…” She shared it and wrote, “Anti-Hindu??? Are you guys seriously out of your mind (face with rolling eyes emoji).”
Rubina schools trolls
Sharing another screenshot she wrote, “Don’t come and comment on my Instagram….. it’s not gyan (knowledge), Mr Intelligently Dumb Vipul Shrisath! Aapse se zyaada hum tyohaar manaatein hain, par doosron ko takleef dekar nahi (We celebrate more festivals than you but not by causing pain to people)….”
Rubina shares another tweet on Diwali
Rubina also tweeted, “Diwali, is a festival of lights, celebration of Shree Ram returning to Ayodhya! Well, Ramayan mein bursting crackers for 10 days was never mentioned, so all you pseudo-Hindu propaganda agents, go and find someone else to highlight your paid accounts and fake IDs! Dare not (raised hand and stop sign emojis).”
When did it all start
Rubina on Wednesday shared a video on Instagram from her maternity photoshoot. In the clip, she wore a golden dress and heavy jewellery and posed for the camera. She simply captioned the post, “(Crown emoji) Raani (queen).” However, people in the comments section asked her to delete her tweet on Diwali.