Bollywood’s Panga Queen Kangana Ranaut is quite famous for her impeccable style. Kangana often taunts someone on social media and sometimes tweets in support of someone. At the same time, she keeps her opinions on every contemporary issue related to the country and the world with impunity. Now Kangana Ranaut made a tweet to stop the meeting in Ramadan, after which some users have also started trolling them.
PM Narendra Modi wrote in a tweet about the Kumbh Mela, ‘Acharya Mahamandaleshwar Pujya Swami Awadheshanand Giri ji spoke on the phone today. The health of all saints is also known. All the saints are providing all kinds of assistance to the administration. I also thanked the saint world for this. ‘
Acharya Mahamandaleshwar spoke to Pujya Swami Awadheshanand Giri ji on phone today. Know about the health of all saints. All the saints are giving all kinds of support to the administration. I thanked the saint world for this.
– NARENDRA MODI (@NARENDRAMODI) APRIL 17, 2021
Modi wrote in the tweet, ‘I have prayed that two royal baths have taken place and now Kumbh should be kept symbolic in view of the corona virus crisis. This will give a strength to the fight against this crisis. ‘ After this tweet, Kangana appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ‘Honorable Prime Minister, please request you that the meeting of the Ramadan after the Kumbh Mela should also be banned.’
Kangana also shared a memo regarding the lockdown in Maharashtra. Which is becoming increasingly viral on social media. The Maharashtra government has once again imposed a lockdown for 15 days. Kangana did not like this decision of Maharashtra government. He shared a picture of him tweeting, showing a shed that is open from all four sides. It has a door and latch. With this photo he wrote, ‘Maharashtra is like this in lockdown’.
– KANGANA RANAUT (@KANGANATEAM) APRIL 16, 2021
Talk about Kangana’s work front, his film ‘Thalaivi’ was to be released on April 23, but due to Corona virus, its release has been postponed. The actress will also be seen in the films ‘Tejas’ and ‘Dhakad’.