- The Center reclaim Kangana’s Padma Shri honour for offending the country’s Independence development and the political dissidents.
- Vijay Wadettiwar on Wednesday said something against Bollywood entertainer Kangana Ranaut for her remarks.
“She isn’t qualified to remark on Mahatma Gandhi,” said Wadettiwar, adding, she is a “nachaniya” (artist) and, “thought about quite possibly the most questionable person” in the nation, as per news organization ANI.
“Her remark on Mahatma Gandhi resembles spitting on the sun. If you spit at the sun, the spit counts on you,” he additionally said.
On Tuesday, Ranaut, who is regularly a subject of feature for her questionable assertions, mixed one more contention after she derided Gandhi for his peacefulness sees and said, offering another cheek gets you “bheekh” (charity), not opportunity.
The remarks followed the continuous column over her comparative comments from the earlier week when she said that the nation got a genuine opportunity in 2014 when Narendra Modi of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was chosen as the leader of the country. What India got in 1947 was “bheekh” (alm), she had said at the highest point the week before.
On Tuesday, Ranaut shared an old paper article and expressed, “Possibly you are a Gandhi fan or Netaji ally. You can’t be both, pick and choose.” The paper had an old article from the 1940s with the title text, “Gandhi, others consented to give up Netaji.”
Political dissidents were “given over” to the British by those “who had no boldness” to battle persecution yet were “eager for power” and “clever,” she likewise wrote in her after story.
“Those are the ones who instructed us that on the off chance that somebody slaps, you offer one more cheek for another slap, and that is the way you will get azadi (opportunity). That is not how one gets azadi; one can just get bheekh (alm) like that,” she added.
Tuesday’s post came as a sign that she remains by her previous assertion, despite drawing countrywide fire from different government officials and others.
Many have even requested that the Center reclaim Kangana’s Padma Shri honour for offending the country’s Independence development and the political dissidents. Kangana had gotten the lofty honour from President Ram Nath Kovind at a function facilitated at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in the capital on November 8.