I was watching TV the other night and I saw Heidi Klum doing a commercial, whereas she was imitating Tom Cruise from Risky Business…where he dances in his underwear playing air guitar. I thought to myself, ‘she really seems annoying, but I should give her a break.’
Heidi Klum dressed up like the Hindu Goddess Kali, who is a symbol for death and destruction. Of course, this was for Halloween, which doesn’t make it justifiable. Not only did she tick off the Hindus, she also ticked off men around the world for breaking the Halloween Hot Chick rule, which asserts that said female must dress like a ho.
Heidi Klum, who dressed up as Hindu goddess Kali, who symbolizes death and destruction, for her Halloween bash, has left the Hindu community in America fuming.
The German supermodel dressed up as Kali for the Halloween party at her place on Oct 31, and was even awarded for the best costume of the night.
And now upset Hindus have asked Klum to make a public apology for posing as a sacred figure.
“Goddess Kali is highly revered in Hinduism and she is meant to be worshipped in temples and not to be used in clubs for publicity stunts or thrown around loosely for dramatic effects,” Contactmusic quoted Indo-American statesman Rajan Zed as saying.
He added: “Hindus welcome Hollywood and other entertainment industries to immerse themselves in Hinduism, but they should take it seriously and respectfully, and not just use the religion for decoration or to advance their selfish agenda.”
Other than Zed, various Hindu leaders, including Jawahar L. Khurana of the Hindu Alliance of India, and Bhavna Shinde of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, have condemned Klum for posing as Goddess Kali.
They went to the extent of calling Klum’s act as “denigrating.”