I pray you are well.
Sorry to bother you.
If a husband and wife were watching and indian movie/film. And a part is shown about the Indian belief Rama and Sita story. And the wife looks at the husband and is worried that the husband don’t like this type of false beliefs or the husband might end up getting angry by all these false beliefs shown in the movie/film. And the wife also smiles/laughs.
The husband asks,’ why are you looking at me’.
The wife laughs and replies, ‘because you don’t like all this Indian belief stuff.’
The husband says, ‘you and all of us shouldn’t like this too.’
1) Is the wife a kaafir even though the wife didn’t say that she likes or doesn’t like watching such stuff or false beliefs as explained above AND the wife being more worried about her husband getting angry than being worried and concerned about watching movies that show false beliefs AND whilst laughing saying: ‘because you don’t like all this Indian belief stuff’, AND anything stated above?
2) In the above explanation the part where the husband says: ‘you and all of us shouldn’t like this too.’
Has he become a kaafir by saying the sentence like this and using the word ‘shouldn’t’ in his sentence instead of using a word such as ‘don’t’. For example he shouldve said it as ‘you and all of us don’t like such false beliefs/ you and all of us don’t like this too,’