Rakhi Sawant responds on Viral photo with Pak flag, asks counter questions to PM Modi, Sania Mirza

The controversial queen Rakhi Sawant’s old picture hugging Pakistani flag is going viral on social media yet again! The actress shared this picture on May 8, 2019 and was trolled for draping Pakistani flag.

Rakhi is very much active on social media. She has been sharing a lot of videos criticizing Kangana Ranaut and also more about giving opinions on the ongoing scenario in the country. But now people are slamming her for her photos in which she had posed with Pakistani national flag back in 2019.

Rakhi had posted her picture on her Instagram page in which she was seen hugging and holding the Pakistani flag. She had however clarified by writing about her love for India and why she posed with the neighbouring country’s flag. Rakhi had captioned it stating, “I love my India but it’s my character in the film, Dhara 370.”


If we talk about why the pictures have gone viral now, apparently, this post appeared on Facebook and was shared across multiple private and closed groups on the social media platform. The caption read as, “Yeh hai #Rakhi Sawant ki sacchai kudh ko Hindustani hone ki bakwaas karti rehti hai (This is the reality of Rakhi Sawant, who speaks nonsense about her being a proud Indian).”

When asked why she wore the Pakistani flag around her, Rakhi Sawant asked the media why our Prime Minister Narendra Modi had gone to Pakistan in 2015 without invitation. She also asked media reporters why Sania Mirza, who represents India, got married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and nobody questioned her.

Her old post has left the netizens fumed with anger. One of them wrote, “Kangana is not ready to sell herself to Pakistan……. Rakhi Sawant.”

While another one wrote, “It is gonna be green today. Inspired by Rakhi Sawant Ji.”

Another Twitter user posted, “Controversial Queen @RakhiSawant. New Drama.”

The comments section is flooded with vile comments by people calling her a “Pakistani” and asking her to leave the country. There are several reports on how the photos kickstarted a social media storm last year.

After facing the wrath of netizens, Rakhi had also posted a selfie video of herself clarifying that this was for a role for her movie.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.