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Actor Rasika Agashe, Other Interfaith Couples Post Amid Row

Actor-director Rasika Agashe, who’s married to actor Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub, shared her child bathe image.

New Delhi:

Titan’s jewelry model Tanishq, which has withdrawn an commercial that includes a Hindu-Muslim couple and their households after vicious trolling, has obtained assist on social media from customers who’ve shared their experiences of being in a multicultural marriage.

Actor-director Rasika Agashe, who’s married to actor Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub, shared her child bathe image.

“Before crying out love jihad, lets learn about the Special Marriage Act,” the actor-director mentioned whereas sharing a six-year-old picture which exhibits Ms Agashe sitting subsequent to Zeeshan Ayyub throughout the rituals.

Actor Mini Mathur — in an Instagram put up calling for an finish to the ‘hate’ – additionally shared her expertise of being married to Bollywood director Kabir Khan. “This and even more love is what I have received in my multicultural marriage,” she wrote.

Twitter person Zara Farooqui shared a sequence of images of her wedding ceremony along with her husband Nikhil Parwal. “‘What if” religions have been modified,” Ms Farooqui said in her tweet addressed to “bigots”.

Another person, Griha Atul, mentioned that Tanishq commercial was based mostly on realities of many like her, whose non secular identification is revered and accepted by her Muslim in-laws.

“I’m married right into a Muslim family which respects and accepts my non secular identification. So the Tanishq advert wasn’t a figment of any creativeness. It’s a actuality of our instances that is intentionally being negated by fascist forces,” she tweeted.

Another couple, who’ve been married for 44 years, shared their story as properly. Years of battle later, the couple say that they’ve now discovered peace and are a household of 4. They have named their home in Goa “Hum” in Hindi, the place H stands for Hindu and M for Muslim.

The commercial, which featured an interfaith child bathe was pulled off on Tuesday after it was focused by a piece on social media who felt it “promoted love jihad”.

The nation’s high promoting our bodies have come out in assist of the Tanishq commercial, which, it mentioned, breaks no moral requirements and is not derogatory to any particular person, organisation or faith. “Such baseless and irrelevant assault on artistic expression is extraordinarily regarding,” The Advertising Club mentioned in a press release.

Under intense troll on social media, the corporate mentioned it was pulling the commercial holding in thoughts the well-being of its workers, companions and retailer employees.

“The concept behind the Ekavatam marketing campaign is to rejoice the approaching collectively of individuals from completely different walks of life, native communities and households throughout these difficult instances and rejoice the great thing about oneness. This movie has stimulated divergent and extreme reactions, opposite to its very goal,” the corporate had mentioned in its statements.

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