People can hate you for no reason: Rubina


Mumbai: In a recent tweet, actor Rubina Dilaik expressed her discomfort with the prolonged bursting of crackers during Diwali, after which social media users accused her of being anti-Hindu. The Bigg Boss 14 winner shares that the reason behind her outburst was that she has a very smooth routine otherwise. “I sleep around 8:30-9:00pm and wake up by 6:30 am. I do my puja, pre-natal yoga and begin my day. Especially for Diwali, we did our puja in the evening and met our friends.”
“According to Sanatan dharma, Diwali is a festival of earthen lamp and lights. It hasn’t been mentioned in our scripture that crackers should be burst for 10 days,” adds the 34-year-old.
The actor expresses her discomfort with the fireworks, stating, “What made me very uncomfortable was that from the past 5-6 nights, from sharp 10:30 pm till morning 4:00 am, people were bursting crackers.
“My social media is my own page, it is my personal thought process and I can mention it. It was unbelievable to see that people were threatening and criticising me. I realised yesterday that people can hate you for no reason.”
She also clarifies that her intention was not to oppose the traditional celebrations but to address the inconvenience.

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