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Kangana Ranaut Defends Her Sister Rangoli Chandel For Her Controverisal Tweet

Kangana Ranaut Defends Her Sister Rangoli Chandel For Her Controverisal Tweet
Kangana Ranaut Defends Her Sister Rangoli Chandel For Her Controverisal Tweet
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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut who beside her acting skills is also known to speak boldly, came out to support her sister Rangoli Chandel. She defended her sister for a tweet called Mullas and secular media to be shot dead. The actress completely denied the fact that her sister has commented specially on Muslim genocide. She also said that if there is any such tweets, they both are ready to apologize. She started her video by saying that the allegations made by Sussanne Khan’s sister Farah Khan Ali and director Reema Kagti are completely false.
Kangana sharing the video on her Instagram handle appealed appealed to the Centre for a way to completely demolish social media platforms like Twitter where freedom of speech is inhibited by others. “We have to find a way to completely demolish these platforms and start our own platforms.”
Kangana also addressed the threats being meted out to wrestler-politician Babita Phogat after her recent tweets against a particular community. She expressed her concerns for Phogat’s safety and said that some security should be arranged for her by the Center.
This all started after Mumbai’s Bandra incident, where numerous people gathered despite the nation-wide lockdown.
Taking to her Twitter Rangoli wrote, “A Jamati died of Corona when police and doctors went to check their families, they were attacked and killed, secular media, make these mullahs + secular media stand in a line and shoot them dead….f****k the history they may call us nazi who cares, life is more imp than fake image”
As soon as she dropped this tweet. Twitter suspended her account. Many netizens started lashing at her and reported her tweet to the official. Among all was Sussanne Khan’s sister Farah Khan Ali, who thanked the Twitter officials for suspending her account and wrote that she reported about the tweet as Rangoli was targeting a single community and asked to shoot all of them with the liberal media.
Meanwhile on the work front, Kangana will be seen in a biographical film ‘Thalaivi’ directed by A.L. Vijay and produced by Vishnu Vardhan Induri and Shailesh R Singh under their respective banners Vibri Media and Karma Media And Entertainment. The story is about the life of J. Jayalalithaa late politician and film actress who served six terms as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.The film will be theatrically released in India on 26 June 2020. But may be due to the rising Covid-19 cases in India the directors and producers on to postpone the releases of their films.

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