Salman Khan's #BottleCapChallenge Leads to Massive Trolling

Now Salman Khan also participated in #BottleCapChallenge going around. However, he ended up getting trolled for his religious beliefs. Know the full story here!

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Salman Khan's #BottleCapChallenge Leads to Massive Trolling

As this is the era of ‘Trends,’ #BottleCapChallenge is a new one going around. Not only common people are trying it but also some famous personalities or celebrities are participating in the trend. The trend is all about people to come up with inventive ways to unscrew a bottle cap.

And, now Superstar Salman Khan also tried to do the same but to give a message on water conservation with his challenge. But as always, this challenge of him also led to several controversies, and people trolled him.

Look at the video he has posted on his social media handle here:

“Don’t thakao paani bachao”

Yes, most loved Bollywood actor Salman Khan shared his version of the #BottleCapChallenge on Sunday. Salman blew off the already-loosened bottle cap and drank the water, instead of kicking the cap; and further ended the video by saying "Paani Bachao (Save Water).”

But, a part of the video infuriated some people, even when fans of the Bollywood superstar lauded his act.

As in the video, Salman can be seen joining both hands as if he is praying, then raises the hands for prayer, and ends it with a Holy Cross gesture.

Needless to say that this was enough for users on social media. Soon after that, people started questioning his religious beliefs.

Look what people are saying:

MZahid01 wrote,

“Are you bloody Christian??”

Mʀ Tʌɭʜʌ ®️ 🇵🇰 wrote,

“you are not muslim”

One user questioned,

"Salman Khan, are you Muslim or Christian?"

Another user wrote,

"Which religion do you believe in? Please decide."

Some of them also appreciated Salman Khan by saying,

“Within 30 seconds he prayed in three different style, Hindu, Muslim and Christian - Most Secular Bollywood actor for a reason. 🙌❤️”

Another posted,

"Firstly, he did namaste then dua and then cross sign.. he just wants (to) say he is a secular Indian and believes in all religions."

Earlier once, Salman affirmed that he doesn't believe in judging people based on where they come from or what is their religion and added that he believes in sending out a message,

"We all are humans, and should live in harmony."