'Public ne unki aukat dikhadi': Kangana Ranaut takes a jibe at Deepika Padukone's melancholy posts once more?

by Jeremy Spirogis

Did Kangana Ranaut take a jibe at Deepika Padukone?& 

After the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Central Bureau of Investigation probe in Sushant Singh Rajput demise case, actress Kangana Ranaut apparently took a jibe at actress Deepika Padukone in one in all her current tweets. 

The actress took to social media and it appears to be like like she targetted Deepika and mocked the Padmaavat actress’ ‘repeat after me’ posts whereby Deepika had tried to unfold consciousness about utilization of phrases and phrases pertaining to psychological well being dialogue. Kangana, nevertheless, did not identify Deepika in her tweet however she had earlier alleged that she runs a business within the identify of melancholy.

“Repeat after me, depression ka dhandha chalane walon ko public ne unki aukat dikhadi. #CBIforShushant #SushantSingRajput #1stStepToSSRJustice,” learn Kangana’s tweet. 

Kangana Ranaut's tweet

The actress, talking to Times Now, welcomed the SC’s verdict and alleged that the movie business has began to dismiss her as any individual who needs to affix politics. She additional advised the channel, “They want to dismiss me as a mentally unstable person. I can guarantee you that in my entire life I never even had minor depression. They want to show me as someone who doesn’t get work, that is also not true. I am the biggest actress and I have the maximum films signed on.”

She additionally alleged that she will’t have an account on Twitter as a result of makes an attempt are being made to dismiss her.

Sushant, 34, handed away on June 14. The actor was discovered hanging at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. After his unlucky demise, the dialog shifted to nepotism and psychological well being on the web. Many from the business shared their opinions on each subjects. Kangana, too, opened up about her journey and the struggles she confronted within the movie business and alleged that Sushant was systematically sidelined within the business. 

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