Dia Mirza 'strongly condemns' Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut's abusive comment on Kangana Ranaut

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Dia ‘strongly condemns’ Sanjay’s abusive comment on Kangana & 

Actress Kangana Ranaut has been on the receiving finish of negativity and hate ever since she has began focusing on massive names of the movie trade. Kangana, who has just lately made her Twitter debut has been talking about ‘film mafia’, the working of Mumbai police, and the security of Mumbai. It all began after the sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput on June 14. After his premature loss of life, Kangana has been outrageously attacking everybody. Recently, in an interview, Shiv Sena member Sanjay Raut launched a recent assault at Kangana and used a derogatory phrase whereas speaking about her. Now, actress Dia Mirza has reacted to the identical.  

Kangana in her controversial tweets has been slamming the politicians and just lately, she spoke about Mumbai. Post which, Sanjay Raut acknowledged that Kangana has no proper to return to Mumbai. After this, Kangana shared a tweet confirming that she will probably be returning to Mumbai on September 9 and can share the main points about her arrival time together with her followers quickly. 

In an interview with News Nation, when Sanjay Raut was requested about Kangana, the Shiv Sena chief stated, “ap kyu us haramkhor ladki ke barey me baat kar rahey hai.” His assertion created a stir on social media and now, Dia took to Twitter to sentence the identical. Dia tweeted, “Strongly condemn the phrase ‘haramkhor’ utilized by @rautsanjay61. Sir you may have each proper to precise your displeasure for what Kangana has stated however you could apologise for utilizing such language.”

Dia shared one other tweet and wrote, “The last few months have seen an unprecedented rise in name calling and personal abuse. It is something that undermines every effort made to build a safe/equal society for women. Unfortunately many women are also perpetuating this culture. This must stop. Let’s stand together!”


Kangana is but to touch upon the abusive language utilized by Sanjay Raut.       

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