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Lindsay Lohan quotes the Quran on Kuwaiti talk show, fuels conversion rumours

In her latest post on Instagram, Lindsay Lohan posted a picture of her appearance on a popular Kuwaiti talk show, where she quoted the Quran and spoke about her connection to the religion.

hollywood Updated: Feb 08, 2017 18:23 IST
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Lohan gained international fame for her roles in hit films like Mean Girls, Freaky Friday and Parent Trap.
Lohan gained international fame for her roles in hit films like Mean Girls, Freaky Friday and Parent Trap.

In January, Lindsay Lohan wiped clean two of her social media accounts and started afresh, sparking rumours that she had converted to Islam. In her latest post on Instagram, Lohan posted a picture of her appearance on a popular Kuwaiti talk show, where she quoted the Quran and spoke about her connection to the religion.

“I did Ramadan for three days with my friend from Kuwait, it was hard but it was good. It felt good,” she said on Swar Shoaib, hosted by Shoaib Rashid, a popular talk show host. “I also listen to the Quran on my phone, I have an App.” she added.

“What actions are most excellent? To gladden the heart of human beings, to feed the hungry, to help the afflicted, to lighten the sorrow of the sorrowful, and to remove the sufferings of the injured,” she captioned the image with a saying by Prophet Muhammad.

Watch her entire interview here. Skip to 18:20.

Lohan gained international fame for her roles in hit films like Mean Girls, Freaky Friday and Parent Trap. Her career was overshadowed by domestic troubles, stints in rehab for drug and alcohol abuse and numerous run ins with the law.

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