India is a land of diversity, but does it gives you the freedom to celebrate the festivals of your choice? No it doesn't. Diwali is the festival of Hindus, Eid of Muslims, and undoubtedly Christmas is meant to be celebrated by the Christians.
Recently, Mohammad Kaif celebrated Christmas along with his family and also shared the pictures of the same on Twitter.
Merry Christmas ! May there be love and peace. pic.twitter.com/DnZ2g7VTno— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) December 25, 2017
What was he thinking when he celebrated Christmas? Isn't he aware of the fact that he is a Muslim by religion and doesn't possess the liberty to celebrate a festival of Christians? Wasn't being trolled earlier this year for playing Chess and doing Suryanamskar enough for him?
Did he really think that he will be admired as a messenger of love and peace for celebrating Christmas?
Tweeps soon reminded him of the huge blunder he has committed by enjoying the festivities on Christmas Day.
secular country... Secular people...But think about your religion first.. Before doing this kind of activity.— Md Younus Khan (@Younus21) December 25, 2017
Bhaijaan I don't like this post ye new year hota to theek tha but ye tyohaar hum musalmaanon ka nahi hai I hate this post please delete and (Allah) se tauba karo— MOHAMMAD Aftab Alam (@AftabAl79667292) December 25, 2017
There were some who even said 'khuda se to daro'
ikk musalman ho k chrismas manatee huwe sharamm nhi ati apko????? thodaa too khuda se khauff khao kaif bhaiii— Rahim Sheikh (@SheikhRahim_) December 25, 2017
Even those who supported him knew that he would be trolled
Merry Christmas... Get ready to get trolled by your mullahs— Shivanand Chavhan (@shivanand_08) December 25, 2017
Hopefully, Kaif has learnt the intended lesson from these comments.
FYI, this article was written in sarcasm.