Now she is being trolled a lot about Kangana Ranaut's begging statement. Now the actress has been reprimanded by a veteran actor and has even been called a sycophant. Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut remains in the headlines for her controversies. Kangana Ranaut does not shy away from speaking her mind. A few days ago, Kangana stated the independence of the country. For which he was also trolled a lot. But the actress did not even bother with her tussle at her behest.
Called Kangana a sycophant
TV's Shaktimaan Mukesh Khanna is one of those few actors who give their opinion on every issue. Now he has reprimanded actress Kangana Ranaut for her 'begging' statement. This veteran artist has called Kangana a sycophant for this statement and said that it shows her ignorance, which she has said such things about independence after getting the award.
Mukesh Khanna lashed out
Mukesh Khanna wrote on his social media account, 'Many people are repeatedly telling me that you did not comment on the sarcasm made on the independence of the country. Why ?? So let me tell you, I have given. But maybe not read. So thought I should say it publicly. According to my this statement was childish. Was funny, inspired by flattery. Reflects ignorance or was a side effect of the Padma Award. I do not know, but everyone knows this and also believes that our country became independent on 15th August of 1947. Even trying to dress it differently would be nothing short of foolish for anyone.Mukesh told the truth of freedom
Bhishma Pitamah of Mahabharata further said, 'But here I would also like to disclose that to say or sing that.. gave us azaadi without khadag without shield, Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamal.. is equally far from reality. As in the above statement. The reality is that if anyone created the fear of running away in the mind of the British government, it was the sacrifice of countless revolutionaries of the country, the fear of Subhas Chandra Bose's Azad Hind Fauj, and the rebellion of his soldiers. So please don't make such controversial statements.