Javed Akhtar and Shabana Azmi have spoken to the trolls who tried to slander their ancestor Fazl-e-Haq, who were his great-grandfathers. This started when the famous lyricist screamed at a controversial website and application-“Bulli Bai”, which is auctioning the personal data of hundreds of Muslim women online. When he opposed this illegal behavior, the troll began to aim at him, even dragging his ancestors into the conversation.
Those who questioned the honor of the late Fazl-e-haq got a reply from Akhtar. He wrote on Twitter: “When I spoke out against online auctions of women and those who glorified goddesses and preached genocide to the army, police and the people, some paranoias began to abuse my great-great-grandfather, one who was killed in Kara Freedom fighters. Pani in 1864. What do you say to these idiots.”
He expressed his anxiety about trafficking in women and was “shocked by everyone’s silence on this issue.” Another Twitter user accused him of standing in line for people from his “cadres.” Javed Akhtar wrote, “I have always had a fatal attitude towards all Muslim fanatics and the foundation, so I went to bark elsewhere. This kind of thing does not work for me. You are not talking to any Muslim right wing, but to a The proud Indian speaks. So shut up.”
Shabana Azmi also supported Javed and said on Twitter: “This is purely a lie. Fazle Haq was a freedom fighter and was sentenced to Kala Pani by the United Kingdom. He died in the Andaman Islands and his grave is still there. He is revered as Hero. If you want to know more about him, please read Baji Hindustan.”