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Netizens ask Sonakshi Sinha to watch Ramayan on DD channel due to her epic KBC answer

Sonakshi Sinha gets trolled again on social media on the occasion of the re-telecast of Ramayan on DD channel
by Xappie Desk | March 29, 2020 11:31 IST
Netizens ask Sonakshi Sinha to watch Ramayan on DD channel due to her epic KBC answer

Bollywood celebrities getting trolled for their mistakes is not a new sight for us. Earlier, Alia Bhatt got severely trolled for not remembering the name of India's Prime Minister. Now, Sonakshi Sinha is being trolled for one such mistake. She once failed to answer a question about Ramayana when she attended Kaun Banega Crorepati. Yesterday morning, she asked about the well-being of her followers on social media. In return, the followers trolled her back by asking her to watch Ramayan on Television.

 
For those who are unaware, the iconic show Ramayan started re-telecasting on Doordarshan from yesterday. The netizens used this opportunity to troll Sonakshi. They have asked her to stop being on social media and start watching Ramayan. The actress' tweet read, "Good morning! Ghar pe sab theek thaak? #NationalLockdown #stayhomestaysafe (Good Morning! Is everything ok at home?)."
 
All this started when Sonakshi Sinha failed to answer a question on KBC. About a year ago, the Dabangg actress attended KBC as a guest. She got the question- "In Ramayana, for whom did Lord Hanuman carried the Sanjeevani herb?" Sonakshi thought it was Rama. Thankfully, she was not confident enough and used a life-line. She got saved through the life-line. However, the netizens trolled her for not knowing such a basic fact of the popular mythological epic.
 
However, Sonakshi didn't respond to the trolls then and didn't respond the other day as well. On the career front, Sonakshi was last seen in the film Dabangg 3. She will be next seen in the war drama Bhuj: The Pride of India.
 
 
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