Originally Posted by Safin
For a Kashmiri Muslim, she has had a surprisingly open upbringing as one can notice from the photos
I wonder how no one found it objectionable. Actually i am wondering why no one from "her community" had voiced any objection, considering a hue and cry was raised over Sania Mirza
From what I understand, being born in Hong Kong, having an English mother and her father being of Indian extraction and double K being brought up as a child outside of Kashmir, I wouldn't be at all surprised if Kashmiris don't actually consider KK as 'one of them'.
Alternately, maybe they take pride in her achievements in much the same way as we all take pride in the achievements of our other heroes in other pursuits, (again, given that KK never grew up as one of them, she obviously isn't expected to conform to their way of life
On a personal note: Wow, as a teenager she was hot and as a child, how cute was that