Kangana Ranaut recently called out people who were talking against Indian government’s strategy to combat Covid-19. An edited version of the video has gone viral.
Kangana Ranauts’s video has been trolled for clearly having ‘no sense’ in what she’s speaking up in her video
Kangana Ranaut recently dropped a video on her social media handles in which she warned people to not talk about India’s Covid-19 crisis to foreign media. She urged the government to take an action against such people. The video went viral over social media platforms, but for other reasons. The video became a favourite among the trolls and meme-makers.
On Friday, Pulkit Kochar dropped the “edited version” of Kangana’s video. Originally created by Anupriya Satish, the video received many reactions from celebrities including Aly Goni, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Kriti Vij, Ankush Bahuguna and others.
A social media user shared an edited version of Kangana’s video. It witnessed only the pauses and the ‘umm’ of the actress. Whatever she said was omitted out and the caption read, “edited and kept only the sensible parts from her video.”
Check out the ‘edited version’ of her video that made sense:
Many celebs reacted to Kangana Ranaut’s video as it made ‘no sense at all’
Kangana Ranaut has undoubtedly turned into a controversial celebrity over the years. Her take on several matters including nepo kids, politics amongst others have divided Internet time and again. Haters often ask the actress to not speak on several matters. Something similar happened recently where Bigg Boss 14 fame Aly Goni & Scam 1992 actress Shreya Dhanwanthary enjoyed a ‘silenced’ version of the actress.
One cannot deny that the country is in a major crisis and there’s only a little that the Govt is being able to do. Many have lost their family members, and social media is now the place to help find oxygen cylinders, remdesivir and other resources. Owing to it all, Aly Goni and Shreya Dhanwanthary clearly hinted that they prefer a ‘sensible’ Kangana Ranaut.
Aly Goni was quick to share the video on his Instagram story. He said nothing but just shared a GIF that said, “talk to my hand.”
On the other hand, Scam 1992 actress Shreya Dhanwanthary also shared her sarcastic take on Kangana Ranaut. She wrote,
“Gold! I see your point though. She is absolutely right. I agree with everything she said.”
Kangana Ranaut says it is “disturbing” that international media is talking about the situation in India
In the original video, Kangana said that international media talking about India’s strategy against Covid-19 is “disturbing.” Kangana called out many journalists for questioning the government’s response. She said that by representing the on-going incidents to international media, the liberals were “degrading the country.”
She could be heard saying in the video,
“India is shown as if its people have just evolved from monkeys to humans. They behave as if a few white people must come and make you their slaves, tell you what to do, how to behave, eat, tell you what a democracy is, whom to choose, you just don’t have the sense to do what is right. So we will tell you what to do.”
Watch the original video below:
In the video, the actor also spoke about how photos of corpses burning at cremation grounds were featured in an international magazine. She questioned that why leaders of other nations were not called out when their countries were tackling the Covid-19 waves.
What is Kangana Ranaut upto presently?
Kangana Ranaut, who has completed 15 years in the industry took a walk down memory lane to back when it had all started. “I was told that if I became as good as Smita Patil or Shabana Azmi, I would never be a mainstream actor,” recalls the actress who had made her debut with Anurag Basu’s ‘Gangster’. In this week’s #BigInterview, the actress, who has since then come a long way and has now added a lot of feathers to her cap, spoke about her inspiring journey, how she made it through despite the challenges, why she refused the Vidya Balan-starrer ‘The Dirty Picture’ and more.
On the work front, Kangana’s Thalaivi was postponed due to Covid-19 surge in India. The country is currently facing the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic with our health infrastructure failing to cope up with the crisis.
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