AR Rahman's daughter Khatija says she wears veil by choice

AR Rahman's daughter Khatija says she wears veil by choice

AR Rahman's daughter Khatija says she wears veil by choice

AR Rahman recently attended an event to celebrate 10 years of Slumdog Millionaire where he shared stage with his daughter Khatija who was invited to interview him.

Khatija was invited to interview the Oscar victor on the stage.

A video of Khatija wearing the niqaab and interacting with her father at an event had sparked criticism on social media. While Rahman and Khatija's conversation on stage was well received, the veil she wore on the occasion was derided. While another one wrote, "your eyes are also visible please cover them also".

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She was seen draped in a black silk sari covering her shoulders and pallu over the head along with a niqab (a veil covering the face of a woman) covering her face.

AR Rahman was busy walking down the memory lane this week and marking the ten-year-anniversary of his Oscar win, for Slumdog Millionaire. He supported his daughter's statements by sharing a picture of his family with Nita Ambani wherein while Khatija sported a hijab, his other daughter Raheema was seen without it.

Khatija also said that everybody has the right to dress according to their choice and that she has been doing the same. Hence, kindly don't make your own judgments without understanding the exact situation #freedomofchoice. "I'm a sane mature adult who knows to make my choices in life", she has said. I would like to personally clarify to my followers and my non followers on Instagram that the attire I wear of the choices I make in my life does not have anything to do with my parents. She added that the veil has been her personal choice with absolute acceptance and honor. All that she did was wear a burqa, and trolls quickly jumped into the bandwagon and started commenting things like, "Sir, I thought your religion was music".

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