Bharti Singh lands in legal trouble: FIR filed against comedian for hurting religious sentiments in a video

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Published by Aakash Khuman on 19 May 2022

Due to the comedian Bharti Singh’s comment on the “Daadi-mooch” joke, an FIR has been lodged against her for allegedly offending the religious feelings of members of the Sikh community. The Khatra Khatra Show comedians have most recently taken to social media to issue an apology after getting outraged over an old video. She was accused of hurting religious sentiments when a video of hers went viral on social media in which she was making fun of beards and mustaches, and many people believed that she was insulting the Sikh community. In the video, she was seen making jokes about those who had facial hair.

On Instagram, Bharti captioned her video, “Main comedy Karti hoon logo ko khush karne ke Liye na ki kisi ka Dil dukhane ke Liye.” Agar meri kisi baat se koi hurt Hua ho, tho maaf kar Dena aapni Behan samjh ke ” Since then, she has disabled comments on the post.

During Jasmin Bhasin’s appearance on the comedy television show, Bharti Ka Show, which has since gone viral, the comedian can be seen chatting with one of the contestants from Bigg Boss.

She says, “Dhadhi mooch kyu Nahi chahiye.” Dhadhi mooch ke bade fayede hote hain. Dudh piyo, aise dhadi munh mein daalo, sewaiyon ka taste aata hai. Mere kaafi friend’s logo ki Shaadi hui hai na, jinki itni itni dhaadi hai, Saara din dhadi mein se jue nikalti rehti hai (What exactly is wrong with beards and mustaches, considering all the positive aspects associated with them? You can detect the flavor of sewaiyaan by first drinking milk and then placing the beard inside your mouth. The majority of my close pals have tied the knot with bearded males, which means they have to spend their whole days picking lice off of their faces.

After the video became viral on social media, she was subjected to a significant amount of criticism. She posted a video on Instagram and explained what she was talking about by saying, “For the last one or two days, a video has been going viral.” People have also given me notes claiming that I have made fun of men with facial hair, namely beards and mustaches. Please watch the movie; I have not mentioned any castes or religions in it, nor have I said that those who practice this faith grow such long beards or have to deal with such challenges.

She went on, saying, “You may view that video, but I’ve never said that people in Punjabi culture keep beards.” It was an honest conversation, and my buddy and I were engaging in some comedic activity. These days, a significant number of individuals maintain facial hair by growing beards and mustaches. But if any members of any faith or social caste have been offended by what I’ve said, I sincerely apologize to them with my hands folded. I was born in Amritsar and I am glad to say that I am a Punjabi. I will always uphold Punjab’s honor, and I am happy to call myself a Punjabi.

Bharti Singh, who just became a mother to a son, is now co-hosting The Khatra Khatra Show with her husband, Haarsh Limbachiyaa. Bharti Singh also recently gave birth to a child.

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