Kangana had urged PM to stop gathering for Ramzan, deleted it later
However, her followers had taken a screenshot of the tweet before it was deleted. In a ‘now deleted’ tweet, Kangana wrote, “After kumb mela…Honourable Prime Minister ji please request to stop Ramzan gathering also”
Actor Kangana Ranaut knows how to be in news. Ever since she apparently joined saffron forces and has been speaking against Muslims subtly, she added another feather to her cap by urging the PM via tweet that “after Kumbh mela”, he should “stop ramzan gathering too” but perhaps realising her PM has no intentions to stop kumbh gathering, she deleted the tweet.
Having one’s own foot in the mouth is this.
Now the question is, will Kangana stop working with Muslim actors, directors altogether in Bollywood? What’s her problem with Ramzan if she cannot speak against kumbh gathering?
She appealed to the PM on April 17 on twitter following a response on PM Narendra Modi’s Saturday appeal on treating the Kumbh Mela celebration as a ‘symbolic’ event this year due to surge in COVID-19 cases.
In her tweet, Kangana requested Modi to stop Ramzan gathering amid the coronavirus crisis. Later, the actress deleted her tweet.
However, her followers had taken a screenshot of the tweet before it was deleted. In a ‘now deleted’ tweet, Kangana wrote, “After kumb mela…Honourable Prime Minister ji please request to stop Ramzan gathering also”.
The actor would soon be caught in her own web if she doesn’t stop her opportunistic mental make-up over work when it comes to politics and diplomacy. She needs to just see how the polity have made use of Bollywood just to draw attention of the crowd then rendered them useless for themselves. Mithun Chakraborty who shouted inflammatory speech in front of the PM in Bengal, is seen nowhere, is a recent example.
Kangana Ranaut knows how to be in news; for right or wrong reasons
Bollywood is known for its co-existence. She herself has worked with producers/directors of minority religious groups. Its time she knew it and realised that creative world doesn’t match well with politics too long. If they do, they fade into an oblivion unless they shun politics openly like Amitabh Bachchan did. He now says openly that politics is not his cup of tea, though he, however, is always seen endorsing tourist destinations or other social welfare products/campaigns of different governments.
Kangana needs to stop playing to the gallery for her own creative domain’s benefits. The actor is loved for her work in most films and being outspoken for right causes too. Politics is just not one of them.