Kohinoor Diamond Row: After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, now there is a demand to bring back the Kohinoor diamond to India. Now the name of Raveena Tandon has also been added to this campaign.
Raveena Tandon On Kohinoor Diamond: Queen Elizabeth Second of Britain passed away recently. People were very sad to hear the news of her mourning all over the world. But in the midst of all this, Kohinoor started trending on social media. People are demanding that Kohinoor be returned and people are keeping their thoughts about it. Now Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon has also jumped in this ongoing debate on the internet and has given her point of view in the whole matter. Raveena Tandon has shared a funny video on her social media account on the Kohinoor diamond of comedian and political commentator John Oliver. After this video surfaced, the trend of Kohinoor got more wind.
Raveena shared the video
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, some people believe that now her Kohinoor diamond should be returned to India. Raveena has also given her opinion on this issue. The actress recently shared a video, in which the show’s host John says that Indians are demanding that the Kohinoor diamond should be returned to them, Kohinoor was brought from India, which is now adorning the Queen’s crown. . Let us tell you, according to the Royal Trust Collection, the late Queen Elizabeth II wore it during her coronation in 1953.
Made fun of the British
In the video, taking a dig at the British and their habit of ‘stealing’ artefacts from their former colonies, John Oliver further says that Britain has brought not only the Kohinoor diamond but also many historical things from around the world. If they start returning all the things, then the famous British Museum, which is a witness to the ‘crime’, will be empty. These words of John Oliver also made Raveena laugh and could not stop herself from sharing the video. She wrote in the caption, Awesome! Her punchline. The entire British Museum should be declared an active crime scene.
Just fantastic! His Punchline 😂😂” The entire British museum should be declared an active crime scene!” pic.twitter.com/tNk0K1VWNZ
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) September 13, 2022
Let us tell you, Kohinoor is the most famous diamond. It is said that originally it was about 793 carats and now it has been reduced to about 105.6 carats. At one time it was considered the largest diamond in the world. The Kohinoor diamond has been adorning the queens of England for centuries. This diamond was first handed over to Queen Victoria, after that this diamond was with Queen Alexandra. After her death, this diamond became the pride of the crown of Queen Mary. After this, the Kohinoor diamond was decorated on the head of Queen Elizabeth II. Now this diamond will belong to Camilla, wife of King Charles-3.