‘Respect all religions,’ Tara Mehmood, Zoya Nasir school users on religious tolerance

'Respect all religions,' Tara Mehmood, Zoya Nasir school users on religious tolerance

Actresses Tara Mehmood and Zoya Nasir have clapped back at trolls. The two actors were criticized for being a part of Diwali celebrations.

Diwali was celebrated last week. Multiple celebrities were also seen as a part of the festivities to show unity with their Hindu friends. Just like that, designer Deepak Parwani’s Diwali bash was also last week. Numerous stars were spotted being a part of the bash. Among some of the actors who were there were Ayesha Omar and Tara as well.

'Respect all religions,' Tara Mehmood, Zoya Nasir school users on religious tolerance

Mehmood took to Instagram where she shared clicks from the day. In the caption, the Chupke Chupke actress wished everyone around the globe a happy Diwali. She also thanked Deepak for not only inviting them over for dinner on the occasion but also designing her dress.

However, a vast majority of users weren’t impressed. A troll commented on Tara’s picture asking if she is from a ‘Muslim’ country. The actress hit back at the troll by giving them a reality check. She said that the country has Hindus, Christians, and Paris’s in it too. She further schooled the person to respect all religions as this is what Islam teaches us.

'Respect all religions,' Tara Mehmood, Zoya Nasir school users on religious tolerance

The Zebaish actress also supported Tara’s comment. She wrote that majority of the people in Pakistan ‘lack’ religious as well as cultural tolerance. Moreover, she wished that people in the country would have been kinder as a nation. The actress wants people to be more tolerant and accepting towards the minorities of the country.

'Respect all religions,' Tara Mehmood, Zoya Nasir school users on religious tolerance

Tara Mehmood’s famous dramas include serials like Deewar-e-Shab, Romeo weds Heer, Suno Chanda, Suno Chanda 2 and more.

Diwali is known as the festival of lights. It is one of the biggest festivals celebrated by the Hindus. Moreover, Diwali is celebrated during Hindu lunisolar month.

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