An FIR has been filed towards comic Bharti Singh for hurting spiritual sentiments of the Sikh group.

After allegedly hurting spiritual sentiments along with her jokes about moustaches and beards, comic Bharti Singh, on Monday, apologised to everybody. Now, an FIR has been lodged towards her for it. Bharti is at the moment seen because the co-host of The Khatra Khatra Show alongside along with her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa. Also Read: Bharti Singh apologises to fans after being accused of hurting religious sentiments: ‘I never mentioned Punjabis’. Watch

In a viral video shared final week, Bharti is seen speaking to actor Jasmin Bhasin when the latter made an look on her comedy collection Bharti Ka Show on Shemaroo Comedy. “Daadi mooch kyu nahi chahiye. Daadi mooch ke bade fayede hote hain. Dudh piyo, aise daadi munh mein daalo, sewaiyon ka taste aata hai. Mere kaafi friends logo ki shaadi hui hai na, jinki itni itni daadi hai, saara din daadi mein se jue nikalti rehti hai (what’s wrong with beards and moustaches, they have many benefits. Drink milk, and then put the beard in your mouth, you will be able to taste sewaiyaan. Many of my friends have gotten married to men with long beards, and spend the entire day removing lice from them),” Bharti stated within the video that garnered a variety of destructive feedback.

According to a report by India Today, an FIR has now been filed at a Jalandhar’s police station by Ravidas Tiger Force chief Jassi Tallan. As per the FIR, she has been accused of mocking the Sikh group and hurting their sentiments. Bharti has been charged below Section 295 – A (deliberate and malicious acts, supposed to outrage spiritual emotions) of the Indian Penal Code.

On Monday afternoon, Bharti posted a video wherein she defined that she was misjudged by folks as her intentions have been pure. “There’s a video that’s been going viral from the last 3 to 4 days claiming that I have made fun of ‘daadi mooch’. I have seen the video repeatedly and requested people to watch it too as I have not said anything against any religion or caste. I didn’t mock any Punjabi or what problems happen when you keep ‘daadi mooch’,” she stated.

She added, “I have not mentioned any religion or any caste in it. I was doing comedy with my friend. A lot of people keep beards and moustaches these days. But if people from any religion or caste have been hurt by my comments, I apologise to them with folded hands. I am a Punjabi myself, born in Amritsar. I am proud of being a Punjabi.”


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