Lisa Haydon clarifies her dad-in-law is an Indian

By | November 3, 2016

Model and actor Lisa Haydon, who was recently seen in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, got married on November 1 to British businessperson Dino Lalvani. However, Lalvani is born to Pakistani-born bourgeois Gulu Lalvani that inevitably diode to some media retailer’s occupation Gulu i.e Lisa Haydon’s in-law a Pakistani and this has not gone down well with the actor. Addressing this, Lisa went on a Twitter rampage, criticizing the newspaper in question, for incorrectly occupation her in-law a Pakistani; an individual born in pre-independence India doesn’t become a Pakistani, is what she is attempting to mention. However the million dollar question is, although Gulu and Dino were so Pakistanis why would that even be a problem? Ideally, it shouldn’t.

However, the vaataavaran (ADHM joke *wink wink*) in our country at the instant is specified something or anyone, with any oblique, far-fetched affiliation to Pakistan, is condemned as an “anti-national” and vulnerable to be deported to ‘Pakistan’. As such, the actual fact that Lisa Haydon would continue a righteous outrage-mode to hide her tracks is graspable. Such a good looking, the wealthy lady wouldn’t wish to induce hunted person around by trishul-wielding patriots, for them.

Lisa Haydon clarifies about her dad-in-law


Actor Reena Roy married Pakistani jock Mohsin Khan, then reborn to Islam and settled down in Pakistan. However, the couple single and shortly, she was back in India fighting a legal battle over the custody of her female offspring. Whereas at first, she did lose custody of the kid, she regained it once Mohsin Khan remarried. Such a topsy-turvy affair virtually mirrors Indo-Pak relations, once one appearance at the larger image. Fast-forward some years to 2010. Indian lawn tennis star Sania Mirza marries Pakistani jock Shoaib leader. Let’s take an instant to marvel however such an occasion would be treated by the media and also the offense-takers, today. Then you say, there’s no intolerance. Yeah, right.

Anyway, throughout a TV interview, Sania was asked an issue that was very good from the angle of headline-hungry media peons who rush to celebrities screaming “Photo pleej madam” or “Are you sleeping with what’s-His-Name across the street?” Sania, not one to be messed with, gave an equally intelligent, safe reply. When asked that country she and Shoaib’s unborn kid would play for, Sania same that she and Shoaib area unit simply husband and woman and status play no half here. LOL, ok, good however vapid, however, alright, you stopped the querier from asking the other nonsensical question.

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