Khatija, daughter of AR Rahman celebrating trip, taunts Taslima Nasreen
Khatija Rahman, daughter of Bollywood singer AR Rahman, has once more focused Taslima Nasreen by sharing photos of the trip. In these pictures, Khatija is seen with father AR Rahman and sister Rahima. The household is celebrating a trip to Baku, Azerbaijan. In the image, Khatija is seen in a burqa whereas her sister Rahima is seen in denim and jacket.
A few days back Taslima Nasreen wrote while sharing an image in Khatija’s burqa, “I love AR Rahman’s music but I feel suffocated whenever I see his daughter.”
Khatija replied in her newest Instagram post by quoting, “spending an excellent time without suffocation with the household. #baku #azerbaijan #livingmylife #beingawayfromhome #beingawayfromnegativepeople #bosslife #bosslady #burqawalisareempowered #respectingmysisterschoices #nobodymesseswithme #singapengal.
This was not the first time that Khatija has not taken Taslima in her post. Even earlier than that, whereas sharing an image within the burqa, he wrote, “Why do you out of the blue really feel anxious and double requirements come out when taking a look at a category of ladies? Have we not seen males carrying turbans? When a girl of 1 class does this, we begin focusing on her. Why? Why? Why? I don’t perceive this.”
On 6 February 2019, this image was taken at an occasion on the completion of 10 years of Slumdog Millionaire, posting a picture Rahman wrote – ‘Precious girls of my life #freedomtochoose” with Khatija, Rahima, and Saira Neeta. After this picture, Rahman began trolling on social media.
After this controversy, Khatija wrote on Facebook, “It is being mentioned in lots of feedback that my gown has been pressured on me by my father. I need to let you know that I’ve worn these masks of my very own free will and don’t have anything to do with my dad and mom. The alternative of my garments is mine solely and there’s no interference from the dad and mom. I’m a grownup and know that I need to select life. Everyone has the proper to put on what she or he shouldn’t put on, so don’t give your judgment on it without understanding something ## FreedomOfChoice.”