Sonam Kapoor gets trolled after Twitter claims she got the National Anthem wrong

In her latest column, Sonam Kapoor put forth her views on the various issues going on in the country, like democracy, and other facets of political scenario.

While there was a section of the society which praised the actress for her views, there were some who started trolling her. What happened was that while putting across her views, Sonam slipped a little and made an error, when she quoted a verse from the National Anthem. The actress, in her column said, “Listen to the national anthem one more time. Recall the line you heard as kids, ‘Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Issai…” (Also Read: Sonam Kapoor: Why can’t I criticise the government?)

However, social media immediately caught on to the error and amidst all the trolling, reminded Sonam that there is no such verse in the National Anthem we have grown up listening to and singing.

However, there is a verse along the lines that Sonam mentioned, though not exactly the same. The words are, “”Hindu Bauddh Shikha Jain, Parasik Musolman Christaani”, which mean the same, what the actress meant.

Despite the rude messages and trolls, Sonam was quite patient in dealing with the same. She tweeted, “Thank You so much twitter for the amazing response to my article and also to the #trolls who proved my point by the way they responded.”

Sonam surely knows how to give it back.

On the work front, the actress is all set to start shooting for sister Rhea Kapoor’s production venture, ‘Veerey Di Wedding’, which also features Kareena Kapoor Khan and Swara Bhaskar. Sonam will also be seen in ‘Padman’ and Sanjay Dutt biopic starring Ranbir Kapoor .