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Zaheer Khan Visited A Temple With Sagarika, And Surprisingly Tweeple Appreciated Him

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11:51 am 5 Dec, 2017

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Indian cricketer, Zaheer Khan recently got married to ‘Chak De!’ girl Sagarika Ghatge. People from the cricketing world, as well as the glamorous industry, graced their wedding functions. The couple became a hot topic ever since they announced their engagement on Twitter.

 

Beautiful pictures of their wedding functions flooded the social media platforms and people liked the bride’s simplicity and elegance the most.

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Soon after the wedding, instead of heading up for their honeymoon, the couple decided to visit a temple to take some blessings.

 

The pictures of Zaheer and Sagarika visiting Kolhapur Mahalaxmi temple, soon started making rounds of the internet.

 

We all are aware that Zaheer and Sagarika do not belong to the same religion. Choosing your life partner is one’s personal choice and love does not see religion. However, there are people who have raised questions against inter-religion marriages in the past.

Remember how Kareena Kapoor Khan’s pictures were used in the posters of a fair in Rajasthan to warn people against ‘love-jihad’?

 

Social media has given people enough power to troll, slam, and shame people. When Sagarika and Zaheer’s picture of visiting a temple started flooding social media platforms, people expected that the cricketer will get slammed for visiting a temple.

While there were a few people who started the blame-game on Twitter and questioned people for not opposing Zaheer’s temple visit…

 

 

 

There were many who appreciated the couple’s visit to the Mahalaxmi temple. They even appreciated Zaheer for doing so. It was surprising that Tweeple decided not to slam the cricketer but appreciated the newlyweds.

 

It is surprising as well as a much-needed change. We hope more people will understand to appreciate others rather than slamming and shaming them.

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