January 21, 2016 8:21:37 am
“Jai Ho” actress Sana Khan, who was also named in the FIR regarding comedian Kiku Sharda, says she has gone from being a “controversy queen” to an “FIR queen” now.
“I don’t do this kind of acts usually. Unfortunately, even my name is there. I don’t know why the FIR was filed against me. It has been filed against four or five of us actors. I have become an FIR queen, till now I was the controversy queen. And now people keep filing FIRs against me,” Sana said at an event for the Ahmedabad Blasters team of the Box Cricket League.
Sana was mentioned in the complaint filed by a follower of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim, who alleged that an act on TV’s programme “Jashn-e-ummeed” had hurt the religious sentiments of the community.
Actors Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar, Rajeev Thakur, Puja Banerjee, Munna Rai and Gautam Gulati were the others mentioned in the complaint.
“I think this is very wrong and very weird for not just Kiku. It was wrong that they took him from here to another place. It’s just stupid. It’s good to have followers but being a follower and doing this kind of things is very wrong. Eventually, we also follow god, this doesn’t mean that whenever we do something wrong, somebody is going to come and take such actions,” she said.
“We have to be a little reasonable. Even Ram Rahim ji has said it was not him but his followers who have done it. So I hope his followers try to bring some humour in their lives. Life is not all that serious, so please bring humour and if you don’t have it, let the humour of others be with you,” she added.
A few years ago, a case of kidnapping and intimidating a girl had made headlines when Sana and her boyfriend were booked. But later the girl was arrested for cheating the duo.
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