Kangana talks about ‘award vapasi’ and ‘candle march gang’ & |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Kangana Ranaut is not only thought of an excellent performer, she can be one of the outspoken actresses in Bollywood. The actress by no means shies away from making daring statements and focusing on massive names of the business. Be it attacking a filmmaker or taking the identify of a star in any scandal, Kangana’s fierce statements have all the time made headlines. From the previous few months, she has been making stunning statements in regard to the Sushant Singh Rajput loss of life case and has been attacking ‘film mafias’. Recently, she targetted Mumbai police and their functioning in her tweets. Post which, Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut requested the actress to not return to Mumbai.
And now, to assist Kangana, one of many Twitter customers tweeted saying that when Deepika Padukone was targetted, everybody has stood for her, however now, when Kangana is getting ganged up, no one is standing up for her. Kangana retweeted the post and wrote that as she comes from a middle-class household, therefore, no one will converse for her.
“I come from a middle class family, I don’t have fancy parents, we are common people so just like Sushant my blood has no value for award vapasi and Candle March gang, they will never speak for us. #ShameOnSanjayRaut” tweeted Kangana.
In her second tweet, Kangana wrote, “After a major star has been killed I spoke about drug and movie mafia racket, I don’t trust @MumbaiPolice cos they ignored SSR’s complaints, he told everyone they will kill him yet he was killed, if I feel unsafe, does that mean I hate the industry and Mumbai? #ShameOnSanjayRaut.”
Kangana is at the moment staying at her hometown in Himachal Pradesh together with her household. It was solely lately when she made her Twitter debut. Prior to this, her social media accounts have been dealt with by her group. Taking to Twitter, Kangana has been making her stand clear and does not go away an opportunity to make headlines.