Rani Mukherjee Praises Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

While many artists of London, Istanbul, Toronto, Dubai, New York, Paris, and some more non-Muslim cities remain busy in insulting the Muslims, Rani Mukherjee has made the headlines by praising Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

According to an Indian magazine, Rani is much talked about these days because she has raised her voice through social media against those who speak negatively about Prophet (PBUH).

In a recent interview, Mukherjee clarified that she is quite interested in knowing more about the religious personalities of Islam especially Muhammad (PBUH).

She further says that He (PBUH) has been the greatest human being of the world. Whenever she reads about this holy personality, she gets impressed a lot more.

Rani Mukherjee Praises Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Moreover, Rani has viewed that if she was born during the times of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), she could have bowed before Almighty God in no time because His (PBUH) impressive speeches and the ways of dealing with the living beings have been fabulous and unparalleled.

On knowing all this, the extremists from India have started tweeting badly about Rani. They are of the view that this Hindu female celebrity has no right to praise a holy person of another religion.

Rani Mukherjee Praises Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Many of her tweets about Muhammad (PBUH) have been liked by the Muslims of Dubai, London, Paris, Toronto, Istanbul, and New York in large number.

It is, however, unconfirmed if Rani Mukherjee actually created those tweets since the account seems to be non-verified.

Sources reveal that Rani, Sushmita Sen, and many other Bollywood stars have started learning Holy Quran secretly.

If this is the truth, then nothing is better for those non-Muslims since they would definitely gain sufficient knowledge from this holy book.

On the other hand, several American celebs also show interest in the speeches about Islam.

Now and then, countless non-Muslims from New York, Paris, Istanbul, Toronto, Dubai, and London, attend the meetings and seminars held by Islamic scholars. This is indeed a wonderful thing. Isn’t it?

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