Ajnala: Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon took to Twitter to react over a case filed against her in a comedy show where the word "Hallelujah" was allegedly interpreted as "hurting religious sentiments". The actress has cleared her stance on the issue by urging people to watch the concerned portion and asserting that no insult to any religion was intended during the show.

The Bollywood actress’s reaction came after a police complaint was filed in Punjab over the usage of the word "Hallelujah" during a show where she made an appearance.

The actress cleared the air by sharing the original clip of the television show on Twitter and said, "Please do watch this link. I haven't said a word that can be interpreted as an insult to any religion. The three of us (Farah Khan, Bharti Singh and I) never intended to offend anyone, but in case we did, my most sincere apologies to those who were hurt."

 

Earlier, a complaint was filed against Raveena Tandon along with director Farah Khan by the Punjab Police for "hurting religious sentiments".

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"We received a complaint against actor Raveena Tandon, comedian Bharti Singh, and director-producer, Farah Khan, claiming they hurt sentiments of the Christian community, during a television show," deputy superintendent of police (DSP) Sohan Singh said.

The trio has been booked under Section 295A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) which pertains to "malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings by insulting religion or religious beliefs".

Further investigation is underway in this regard, the police have said.