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Kangana Ranaut Said After the Independence Statement

After commenting on the independence of the country, now Kangana Ranaut has shared the post on social media. which is going viral.

Criticism of people for calling India’s independence a “beggar”

Actress Kangana Ranaut asked which battle was fought in 1947. Along with this, he said. If anyone can answer her question, she will return her Padma Shri award and apologize. The actress, who is often in the news for her inflammatory remarks, is under increasing pressure to withdraw her statement.

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Kangana Ranaut sticks to her stand

Kangana Ranaut raising many questions on Instagram. Partition and Mahatma Gandhi were also mentioned and accused. He let Bhagat Singh die and did not support Subhas Chandra Bose. His Twitter account is suspended. He also shared an excerpt from a book mentioning several freedom fighters including Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Aurobindo Ghosh, and Bipin Chandra Pal. and said that she knew about the “collective fight for freedom” of 1857. Didn’t know anything about the 1947 war.

shared book excerpt

Now once again Kangana has defended her statement of freedom in begging. According to News18, the film actress shared excerpts from a book on Instagram Stories. The name of this book is ‘Just to Set the Records Straight. Kangana has written that the freedom struggle was fought in 1857. It was attended by Subhash Chandra Bose, Rani Laxmibai, and Veer Savarkar. But which war was fought for independence in 1947? I have no knowledge about this. If someone informs me about this, I will not only apologize but will also return the Padma Shri.

Kangana played the character of Rani Laxmibai

The actress continued this discussion. Your film came in the year 2019
With reference to “Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi”. The actress said that she had done extensive research on the struggle of 1857. Kangana played the role of Rani Laxmibai in the film. Kangana said, “…nationalism emerged, as well as the right-wing, but why did it die prematurely? And why did Gandhi let Bhagat Singh die, why was Neta Bose killed? Never got Gandhiji’s support? Why was the dividing line drawn by a white man…?

Why did Indians kill each other instead of celebrating independence?

Some answers I am seeking Please help me find this answer.” Referring to the British ‘plundering’ India, he claimed. Even a “little fight by the INA” would have given us freedom, and Bose could have been the Prime Minister. He wrote, “When the right-wing was ready to fight and take freedom, why was it (freedom) kept in the begging bowl of the Congress? Can someone help me understand.”

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