BJP leader Sadhvi Prachi (left) and Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. (Photo: PTI/DC)

BJP leader Sadhvi Prachi (left) and Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. (Photo: PTI/DC)

Mumbai: There seems to be no end to controversies around BJP leader Sadhvi Prachi. Triggering a fresh storm, Prachi on Sunday said that Hindus should boycott films by Shah Rukh, Aamir and Salman Khan.

Her logic – the trio promote love jihad. She said this at a meeting of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) in Dehradun.

“Our children are being misled by the movies of the Khans. They promote love jihad. Do not put posters of the Khans on your walls,” she said.

She also said that love jihad was a forcible change and Hindu organisations would continue to oppose it.

She also had some marital advice for Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who is currently on a sabbatical – find an Indian girl and settle down.

Speaking at a programme of Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Sunday, the Sadhvi asked a young boy what he wanted to become in life.

“He said he wanted to become like Hritik Roshan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan. When I asked why, his mother told me because they are good at doing stunts,” she said.

Calling for a boycott of the Khan triumvirate’s films by the right wing Hindu outfits, she said, “I, for one, would ask the Bajrangis to tear the posters of films of Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan of the walls and burn them in the fire of Holi.”

Sadhvi Prachi also did not spare Mother Teresa during her fiery speech.

“Mother Teresa indulged in conversion by luring people over to Christianity under the pretext of service,” she said.

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had also made similar remarks while alleging that Christianity was the main objective behind Mother Teresa’s service to the poor.

Sadhvi Prachi had earlier said that Hindu women should have four children as Muslims were “trapping our daughters through ‘love jihad'”.

She had also said, “The population of Hindus is on the decline. They must have more children to maintain a balance (between communities) in the country.”