Twit Rakhi Sawant was seen seriously sobbing and discussing on her Instagram the word ‘Thank heaven’. The word was taunted by the trio Raveena Tandon, Farah Khan and Bharati Singh during the show. In the video, she requests that the watchers comprehend that the word, ‘thank heaven’ and clarifies that it is altogether identified with the god-like and making jokes about it is off base.
Farah is right now observed facilitating a show titled Backbenchers. In the show the previously mentioned trio during a fun portion happened to deride a word which is associated with the all-powerful according to Christian people group. It is said that the Christians have been harmed, when the stars trivialized “Glory be”, while attempting to articulate it. As they are reserved for harming the strict suppositions in Ferozepur area situated in Punjab.
The trio, Raveena, Farah and Bharti wound up saying ‘sorry’ for their activities as well.
Raveena Tondon took to the Twitter and expressed, “Kindly watch this connection. I haven’t let out the slightest peep that can be deciphered as an affront to any religion. The three of us (Farah Khan, Bharti Singh and I) never proposed to affront anybody, yet on the off chance that we did, my most true statements of regret to the individuals who were harmed. https://youtu.be/HvYNVGjUtc.”
Farah Khan likewise apologized on her Twitter account saying, “I’m amazingly disheartened that a few suppositions have been coincidentally harmed by an ongoing scene of my show. I regard all religions, n it could never be my aim 2disrespect any. For the benefit of the whole group, Raveena Tandon, Bharti Singh and Myself.. we do genuinely apologize.”
Indeed, even Bharti took to her in all seriousness, “as to express Sorry to my Christian siblings and sisters for harming their conclusions. Much obliged to you YOUR EMINENCE CARDINAL OSWALD for expressly hearing my statement of regret in the voice note(as I’m not in the country)& pardoning.
Yours Truly, Bharti Singh.”
“Glory be” is a Hebrew word signifying “Acclaim ye, Yah”, alluding to the Lord.