Criticising Bollywood celebrities for not speaking up on political issues, Kangana Ranaut said, “Ranbir Kapoor was telling somebody that why should he discuss politics when he gets water & electricity at his home…This is irresponsible.” “Kya
Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut, who celebrated the success of her directorial debut Manikarnika The Queen of Jhansi on Sunday with a party, spoke at length about Bollywood celebrities largely trying to avoid political issues. Calling such behaviour responsible, Kangana said it was the money from the people of this country that lets stars sit in Mercedes.
She also said that she is not someone who will refuse to discuss politics just because she is in the business of cinema. “Ham toh filmo mei kam karne wale hain? Ham kaise politics ki bat karein? This is irresponsible.Kya mai waisi insan hu? Nahi. Isse mera career bhi chala jaye toh chala jaye. Mere ghar mei bijli pani ajaye toh iska matlab ye nahi ki mujhe kisi ki padi nahi hui. (It is irresponsible not to discuss politics just because we work in films. I am not such a person. Even if it ends my career, I will speak about issues).”
Addressing the media, she further said, “This has to change. How can you listen to ‘mujhe mere haal pe chor dijiye, mujhe to logo se bana k chalna hai’ It is according to the work done in five years that we decide whom to vote for.”
Reacting to Kareena Kapoor Khan’s statement that she is looking forward to Kangana’s biopic, the Manikarnika star said, “Kareena is lovely & she is one of those graceful & dignified people I always admire. ‘Wife ho to
After cancelling her success bash in solidarity with the Pulwama martyrs in February, Kangana finally celebrated the success of the film on Sunday. She was also celebrating the return of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was in Pakistan custody after his MiG-21 was shot down in