Racist Slur Against Sikhs By ‪‎Taapsee‬ ‪Pannu‬ Puts SARDARS Bad Light

India 23 Jan 2015 :‪An article‬ written by a major Indian news‬ media has deliberately wrote against  Sikhs‬. The article is nothing but being racist against the Sikh‪ community without a doubt.

The article starts off with the heading ‪‎Taapsee‬ Pannu‬: I have dated a‪ South‬ Indian but can never date a Sikh”.
It is worth mentioning that 99% of the article is not even about Sikhs but about the low ‪‎intelligence‬ answers by the actress‬ Taapsee Pannu.
One must wonder why this journalist‬ wrote such a title‬ when only a few sentences are about the Sikh sardar males.

RACIST ARTICLE AGAINST SIKHS BY MEDIA PUTS SARDARS BAD LIGHT

Why did the journalist not choose a more appropriate title to better suit her article. The problem here is: the writer sensationalized the title and invoked a negative feeling about Sikh Sardars.

Now let’s see what was written in the article that is negative about Sikhs:

When questioned about how she got into films, Taapsee Pannu stated:

“I am a Jat ‬ Sikhni‬ born and brought up in Delhi‬. I used to have really curly, long ‪#‎hair‬, but somewhere in my heart, I always wanted to cut‬  my hair.
My whole ‪ ‎Sunday‬ used to pass in just washing‬, oiling‬ and all that. I went ahead and cut it without asking my parents. “

Firstly there is no such thing as a Jat Sikhni and so the actress has no idea what she talking which shows her ignorance towards the Sikh ‪‎faith‬

When questioned about ‪her ‎marriage‬ plans she stated:

“But I could tell you that I don’t see myself getting married‬ to a sardar. I have never even dated a sardar.”

It’s her personal opinion of who she wants to date and marry and great for her, but to degrade Sikhs in the mainstream media like this is‪ unacceptable‬. The media has always targeted Sikhs and have often showed in bad light despite major Sikh contributions for the country.

This statement is not only stupid but makes Sardar Sikh boys look bad as if they are really bad people.

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