Divya Film Sangh Wajid Khan’s wife Kamrukh Khan created a sensation through social media by revealing that Wajid’s family is pressurizing him to convert. Following this disclosure by Kamrukh, Kangana Ranaut urged the Prime Minister’s Office to reconsider the protection of the Parsi community and the secular sanctions law in his support.
Kangana tweeted this news after coming out on Sunday, which wrote – Parsi rightful descendant in this country A. Manak. They did not come as chapters. She took refuge here and requested for the love of Mother India. Their small amount has contributed a lot to the beautiful, taraki and economy of this country.
She is the widow of my late friend. A Parsi woman who is being harassed by her family for conversion. I would like to ask the Prime Minister’s Office, who do not do the drama of taking sympathy, do not kill the head, do not riot and convert … How are we protecting them? The Zoroastrian awakening is severely decreasing.
This shows the character of her own child, being a mother of Bharata. The child who does improper drama and slang gets the most benefit. And the one who is capable, sensitive, worthy and kind, becomes one who is more tame. We need to revisit the Dharmalinga Ban statute.
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Kamrukh Khan spoke to the public through Instagram, in which he spoke about the harassment done by Wajid Khan’s family after interracial marriage. Kamrukh has written a long post on Instagram and tells the story of the atrocities that happened to him.
Kamrukh said that he was in a relationship with Wajid Khan for 10 years before getting married. Describing his experience, Kamrukh wrote, ‘I am a Parsi and he was a Muslim. We were what you call “college sweethearts”. Eventually we got married, we got married for love under the Special Marriage Act. That is why the debate over the Antony’s bill is quite interesting to me. I want to share my experiences in an interracial marriage that a woman faces hardship and discrimination in the name of religion, which is a complete shame… and an eye opener. ‘