Shehnaaz Gill stated that she was “crying on the inside” when her doctor instructed her to consume non-vegetarian cuisine. Shehnaaz was speaking on her programme and conversing with BK Shivani of Brahma Kumari.
Shehnaaz explained to her sister Shivani, “I had a C3C5 issue and was unable to adjust my neck. My neck was strained. Because I was a vegetarian, the doctor advised that I begin consuming non-vegetarian foods. He recommended that I consume non-vegetarian foods until I recovered. I had to consume that soup for an extended period of time while weeping on the inside.”
BK Shivani told Shehnaaz that even Westerners believe “you are what you eat” and that non-vegetarian food “implies pain vibration.” She added that if someone must perish for our taste or health, the resulting vibrations will be negative. She referred to it as “dying energy” and stated that even a vegetarian diet could provide ample protein.
Shehnaaz continued, “I have returned to vegetarianism, but I was disappointed that I had to return to consuming meat. I’m willing to do anything for my health and believed it would save me.”
Shehnaaz and BK SHivani
Shehnaaz rose to national prominence after appearing on Bigg Boss, a reality programme hosted by Salman Khan. She made a wonderful friend in one of her fellow contestants, Sidharth Shukla, who went on to win the competition that year. Sidharth died of a heart attack two years ago, and Shehnaaz subsequently sought refuge in the Brahma Kumari school of thought.
Recently, Shehnaaz debuted in Bollywood with Salman Khan’s new film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. Raghav Juyal, Pooja Hegde, Palak Tiwari, Jassie Gill, and Siddharth Nigam also appeared in the film. In the film released earlier this year, Venkatesh, Bhumika Chawla, Bhagyashree, and Ram Charan all had significant roles.