Actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi has now joined the azaan debate, which was triggered by Sonu Nigam objecting to the morning prayer in April.
He called it "forced religiousness", and use of electricity in temples and gurudwaras "gundagardi".
Krishnamoorthi took to Twitter to complain about the "extreme imposed religiosity".
"Came home at 4.45am (to) most aggressive/ear-shattering call of azaan. Nothing more lowlife & dumb," she posted.
You must have been hearing about Bollywood's hot topic of debate right now: nepotism. So Karan Johar, Varun Dhawan and Saif Ali Khan made jokes on Kangana Ranaut's stand that nepotism exists in Bollywood.
After a massive controversy, Johar apologized. Dhawan apologized. Then Khan apologized in an open letter. And now the 'Queen' has finally responded.
But does she really make much sense?
Most of the Linkin Park fans woke up to the sad news of Chester Bennington's suicide.
While open about his abusive childhood, he had also been candid about his struggle with alcohol and drug abuse.
Bennington said he had harbored suicidal tendencies after his divorce but he battled through.
Many believe that the recent suicide of Chris Cornell broke him.