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Kangana Ranaut’s ‘bheek’ remark blasted by Mukesh Khanna: ‘It was infantile and moronic’

Mahabharat actor Mukesh Khanna has reacted to a current assertion made by actor Kangana Ranaut, by which she likened India’s independence to getting alms. Kangana’s inflammatory assertion got here quickly after she acquired the Padma Shri, and was condemned by leaders throughout the political spectrum.  

Mukesh Khanna referred to as it ‘infantile’ and ‘silly’. He stated that the assertion was maybe impressed by a deep sycophancy, and that that it must be laughed at. Whereas he didn’t title Kangana in his word, he shared an image of her and wrote on Instagram: 

“Many individuals have been asking me why I haven’t commented on the assertion made about India’s independence lately. However let me let you know, I’ve. Possibly it wasn’t seen or heard. So, I assumed I’d publicly concern one other assertion. In my view, this assertion was infantile, it was humorous. It additionally reeked of sycophancy. Was it an try to point out one’s lack of training, or was it a aspect impact of a Padma award, I don’t know. However we do know that our nation turned impartial on 15th August 1947. Attempting to vary this truth could be nothing in need of stupidity.” 


He continued, “However I wish to say that whether or not to say it or sing it… De di hume azaadi bina khadag bine dhaal, Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamal… is as removed from actuality because the above assertion.” 

He added, “The truth is that if something scared the British away, it was the sacrifice of quite a few revolutionaries of the nation, the concern of Subhas Chandra Bose’s Azad Hind Fauj and the revolt of the troopers. SO STOP MAKING SUCH CONTROVERSIAL STATEMENT!!” 

Kangana on the current Instances Now summit stated that “it was not freedom however bheekh (alms) and we attained actual freedom in 2014.” Kangana’s comment was condemned by Bollywood personalities akin to Javed Akhtar and Vishal Dadlani.  

Quickly after making the controversial assertion, Kangana defended her stance by way of her Instagram tales as she questioned ‘which struggle happened in 1947?’ “…1857 I do know however which struggle happened in 1947 I’m not conscious, if somebody can carry to my consciousness I’ll give again my Padma Shri and apologise additionally please assist me with this (sic),” she wrote. 

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