Kananga just as her name always keeps bangling in the media controversies not only for her professional news but her outspoken political opinions on trending issues of the country and world. She is often debated the most due to the strong out straight statements she tweets. Here we will discuss her most recent Twitter controversies in line.
KanganaRanaut recently received the Padma Shri award for Pangaand Manikarnikafrom President Ram NathKovind in New Delhi. After receiving the award, she gave a television interview in which she discussed India’s independence and made some controversial statements. On November 13, KanganaRanaut took to Instagram Stories to defend her comments about India’s freedom. She stated in her post that she is willing to return her Padma Shri award if it is proven that she disrespected martyrs. During a recenttelevision interview, she said that India gained independence in 2014 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the nation in his hands.She referred to the country’s 1947 independence as ‘bheek.’Several politicians and internet users chastised her.
In an attempt to defend herself, she posted a photo from a book about India’s struggle for independence. Kangana stated, “Everything is clearly stated in the same interview, including the 1857 first collective fight for freedom, as well as the sacrifices of greats such as Subhash Chandra Bose, Rani Laxmibai, and Veer Savarkar Ji.
I am aware, but I am unaware of which war occurred in 1947; if someone can bring this to my attention, I will return my Padma Shri and apologize; please assist me with this.”
TWO INDIA CONTROVERSY
Vir Das described a country with two sides during his show in the United States, where people “worship women during the day but gang rapes them at night. “In response to the outpouring of criticism, he described it as “a satire about the hypocrisy in India about what we say and what we do in a derogatory manner.
“She compared Mr. Das’ comments to Winston Churchill’s infamous remarks after the Bengal famine, saying, “When you generalize all Indian men as gang rapists, it gives rise to and encourages racism and bullying against Indians all over the world.”
Ms. Ranaut posted on her Instagram stories, tagging Mr. Das: “He blamed Indians’ sex drive and fertility for the deaths of millions as a result of hunger… Soft terrorism is such creative work targeting an entire race… strict action must be taken against such criminals.”
BOLLYWOOD SNOWFLAKES CONTROVERSY
Ranaut didn’t expect an army of angry critics to slam her for seeking “attention” when she ranted against Bollywood’s ways. She was irritated when women did not come out in her support, especially since the actress claimed to be a “feminist.” As a result, the ‘Fashion’ star began a new battle, this time with feminists, or “suicidal snowflake feminists,” as she referred to them.
“Love how all depressed and suicidal snowflake feminists are doing taubatauba about premarital sex, some of them are scandalised that a Padma Shri awardee indulges in sex what is with this Victorian/Islamic approach to a woman’s sexuality, snow flakes are melting on my TL”
SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT MURDER AND BMC CONTROVERSY
The actress first clashed with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) crew after they demolished her office in Mumbai, followed by a spat with angry Twitter users when she attempted to include herself in the Sushant Singh Rajput’s death narrative, accusing the film industry of nepotism and treating outsiders with contempt.
The actress blamed Bollywood and Tinseltown drug lords for the actor’s death. In a series of tweets on the subject, she also specifically mentioned a few names. In August 2020, the ‘Manikarnika’ actress offered to assist the Narcotics Bureau with the investigation.
“I am more than willing to help @narcoticsbureau but I need protection from the centre government, I have not only risked my career but also my life, it is quiet evident Sushanth knew some dirty secrets that’s why he has been killed.”
RIHANNA FARMERS PROTEST CONTROVERSY
When farmers in India took to the streets, the entire country was discussing it – some in support, some in opposition. Ranaut, who made headlines for labeling farmers protesting as “terrorists,” slammed Rihanna for interfering in India’s “internal matter.”
“No one is talking about it because they are not farmers they are terrorists who are trying to divide India, so that China can take over our vulnerable broken nation and make it a Chinese colony much like USA… Sit down you fool, we are not selling our nation like you dummies”
Priyanka Paul, an illustrator, shared a tweet about mental health and depression, which piqued the actress’s interest. She responded to Paul by asking if she was “self-admittedly suicidal, toxic, and creepy looking,” or if there was anything else she lacked.
“What is that tatoo on your arm? Some ogre ? Ha ha I love weirdos you are the kind of woman I want in my wild house parties, stop fighting with me… come on be nice … sending you a hug, now reciprocate nicely.”
DIWALI FIRECRACKERS CONTROVERSY
Ranaut clashed with Indian Police Service officer D RoopaMoudgil over the latter’s comments about bursting Diwali firecrackers, branding her a “shame in the name of the police force” and demanding her suspension. The actress chimed in on a debate that began between the officer and a Twitter handle called True Indology about the connection between firecrackers and Diwali.
“Living off on tax money, these cops are answerable for arm twisting commoners, it’s a valid question rather than taking people’s complaints and assisting them, why is @D_Roopa_IPS indulging in time pass trolling that too in working hours threatening and intimidating youngsters,”
HRITHIK ROSHAN CONTROVERSY
Kangana responded to reports that Hrithik was summoned to appear before the Mumbai crime branch at 11 a.m. on Saturday to record his statement in a case he filed against her in 2016.
“Duniyakahan se kahanpahunchgayimagarmera silly ex abhibhiwaheenhaiusimodhpejahanyehwaqtdobaralautkenahijanewala (The world has moved on, but my ex is still stuck in the past, where the present time will never go back to.)”