Payal Rohatgi feels Kareena Kapoor Khan has hurt ‘Hindu sentiments’ by naming her son Taimur Ali Khan – Eagles Vine

Payal Rohatgi has penned a lengthy note reacting to reports of Kareena Kapoor Khan being offered Rs 12 crore to play the role of Sita in a Bollywood film. While Bebo has neither confirmed nor denied the talks, Payal Rohatgi feels that Kareena should not essay the part. Her Hindi message reads, “We are hearing the news that Kareena Kapoor has been offered the role of Sita mata and she is demanding 12 crores for this role. Now if this news is true, then the right wing people think that Kareena Kapoor cannot play Sita mata because she has hurt Hindu sentiments in real-life by naming her innocent child Taimur, who was a king who murdered Hindus. I agree with their thoughts because the person who can name her innocent child after a Hindu killer, how can she play the role Sita mata???”

Soon after Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor revealed that they have named their first born as Taimur Ali Khan, massive controversy erupted with everyone slamming the couple’s choice. Reacting to the same Saif had Mumbai Mirror, “My wife and I love the sound of it and we love its meaning. I am aware of the heritage of the Turkish ruler—he was Timur, my son is Taimur, an ancient Persian name that means iron.”

She has further expressed her support to Taapsee Pannnu’s point of view on the topic. Payal had shared, “Taapsee Pannu has an opinion on this matter where she says that if an actor asks for 12 crores in Nollywood then no one would say anything but if an actress asked for this amount then trolling her is wrong because in Bollywood there should equality between men and women. Because both work equally hard for their role in a film. I agree with Tapsee on this.”


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