Bengaluru: Muslim girl trolled for singing Hindu devotional song in singing reality show

A Facebook page called Mangalore Muslims began trolling her calling her a disgrace to the community.

A singing sensation from Shimoga in Karnataka is being trolled online for singing a Hindu devotional song despite being a Muslim.

Suhana Sayeed sang the song in a Kannada singing reality show and her performance was much appreciated by the judges.

Sahana's talent was appreciated across all platforms and one of the judges, Kannada music director Arjun Janya said she stood as a symbol of unity and showed to the world how all religions can remain in peace and harmony through music.

However, a Facebook page called Mangalore Muslims began trolling her calling her a disgrace to the community. They said that she has tarnished the Muslim community by singing before men.

"You have not achieved a great feat. People who learn the Quran in 6 months are the real achievers. Your parents will not go to heaven (Jannat) as you have exposed your beauty to other men. Stop wearing the pardah as you don't how to respect it," read a comment on the page.

There are many people who have come out in support of Suhana and have shunned the trollers but there has been no contact with her as yet. People supporting Suhana are now looking at filing a case against those who have trolled her by not just inciting hatred amongst communities but also threatening a law abiding citizen.

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