As India mourns Pulwama attack, Sania Mirza Flaunts her beautiful dress on social media

While the whole nation is in utter shock and is mourning on the death of brave CRPF paramilitary troopers in the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district. People still couldn’t come over the death of the Indian jawans.

But at this crucial time when a celebrity starts promoting something for own self, people would surely get angry for obvious reasons and Sania Mirza was targeted for the same.

Indian tennis star player Sania Mirza was severely slammed on Twitter when she posted a tweet by promoting her dress. She shared a tweet about the details of her dress, which didn’t go down well with the users on social media.

This is her tweet:


Following the deadly Pulwama terror attack, people’s hate towards Pakistan rose to the occasion. Sania was in the receiving end of trolls after she shared her picture on Twitter as the users started trolling her by calling her Pakistani, as she is married to a Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. Twitter also slammed her for being silent on the Pulwama tragedy.

However, she condemned the attack on the next day only.


This is how users hit back at Sania Mirza on Twitter for flaunting her dress on a very sad day.

Seeing all this, Saina Mirza posted a deep message.

“This post is for those people who think that as celebrities we need to’ condemn’ an attack, tweet and Instagram and be all over social media to prove that we are patriotic and care about our country.. why?? Cause we are celebs and some of you are frustrated individuals who have nowhere else to target yotu• anger towards and grab every opportunity to spread more hate ??

I don’t need to condemn an attack publicly or come and scream from rooftops or all over social media that we are against terrorism_, of course, we are against terrorism and anyone that spreads it.. any person in their right mind is against terrorism and if they are not then that’s a problem!! I play for my country .sweat for it and that’s how I serve my country.

I stand wills the CRPF jawans and their families, my heart goes out to them and they are our true heroes who protect. our country.. 14th February was a black day for India and I hope we never have to see another day like this. no amount of condolences can make any of this better..

this day will not be forgotten and neither shall it be forgiven but YES I will still pray for peace and you should too instead of spreading more hate .. anger is good as long as its being channelled into something productive .. you are achieving nothing by trolling other people..

there was no place for terrorism is this world and there never will be.. find your way to serve the nation instead of sitting and swearing and judging public figures for how many posts they have posted bout the tragedy! Do your bit and we are doing our bit WITHOUT announcing on social media !! Yes that’s a thing too .. Prayers and peace,” she concluded.

Many believe that when people started criticizing Sania Mirza, she played the victim card.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.