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All Lives Matter: Twitterati decode Sara Ali Khan's 'deleted post'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 5 June 2020, 11:40 IST
Twitterati decode Sara Ali Khan's 'deleted post'

Collie No 1 actress Sara Ali Khan who is waiting to bang the box-office with her upcoming film alongside Varun Dhawan has fallen into the controversy once against. Lately, the actress took to her Instagram handle and posted a pic which read “All Lives Matter”, well the post was in support of Black Lives Matter however after the elephant death in Kerala she moved a little away and pointed this matter as well.

However, not long after people started schooling her on the real issue and started criticizing her for taking away the attention from those who have been victimized and have faced persecution all their lives. After facing back last from netizens Simmba actress deleted her post.


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Sara Ali Khan deleted Instagram post

 

After her post got deleted a Twitter user decoded and pointed out the mistake in her post with the help of a storyboard showing a house being set on fire and a person showering water on the other house that’s not under any threat. The user captioned the post as, “An overused but accurate analogy “If I say my house is on fire and you say ‘All house matter,’ well that may be true, but all house aren’t on fire right now, my house is” So it should have been “All lives won’t matter until black lives matter”.#SaraAliKhan #AllLivesMattter” (sic)”

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Check out a series of tweets trying to explain what exactly is wrong in Sara’s tweet:

 

Apart from her other Bollywood celebs also came out in support for black people such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Priyanka Chopra among others. Recently, filmmaker Zoya Akhtar also posted Black Lives Matter in wake to support the people in the US, however when she was asked instead of All Lives Matter why she posted black lives, she said that she doesn’t want to take away the moment from the those who are important at this time. Blacks have suffered years of discrimination at the hands of white due to their skin colour.

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First published: 5 June 2020, 11:40 IST
 
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