Sonakshi Sinha Ramayana KBC 11 Controversy - Trending on Twitter, people says Sonakshi Sinha turns out to be dumber than Alia Bhatt

Lawrence Kim
September 21, 2019

While Sonakshi even helped Ruma Devi win Rs 12.50 Lakhs by answering that question correctly for her, it seems the netizens are stuck on one wrong guess made by the Kalank star. A few years ago, Alia appeared on Karan Johar's talk show Koffee With Karan 4, wherein she wrongly named politician Prithviraj Chavan as the President of India during the "Koffee Quiz" segment of the show.

On Friday, for the Karmvir episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11, Ruma Devi, popular traditional handicraft artisan and a social activist from Rajasthan came as a contestant. Netizen couldn't digest to use a lifeline for such a basic question. The question asked during the show was, "According to Ramayana, Hanuman fetched the Sanjeevani herb for whom?" Sugreev, B. Laxman, C. Sita D. Ram. While Ruma insisted on Sita, Sonakshi took a wild guess and said 'Sita.' Later, she said it's Rama. "One user wrote, "#sonakshisinha Her brothers Name is "LUV and KUSH", Her Father name is "Shatrughan", Her house name is "Ramayan", and she still don't know about the Holy Ramayan". Their home is called Ramayana, I think.

Some Twitter users borrowed Sonakshi Sinha's popular Dabangg dialogue: "Thappad se dar ahi lagta, pyaar se darr lagta hai and they gave it a twist".

A netizen said, "People like Sonakshi Sinha are the ones who waste no time in teaching Hinduism to us on Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi and Karwa chauth but in reality, their IQ is even below the temperature of Vostok Station, Antarctica".

Soon after the episode went live, Twitter was stormed with memes and backlash with Twiteratti criticising the actress for not knowing the answer to Ramayana despite having family members named all related to the mythological book. The reason - the actress failed to answer a Ramayana related question that was asked during the show. Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.

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