Kangana Ranaut Reacts to the Controversy Around Her Freedom Was ‘Bheek’ Remark, Says ‘Prove I Disrespected Martyrs, Freedom Fighters and I Will Return Padma Shri’

In a social media put up on Saturday, Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut mentioned that she is going to return her Padma Shri award if anybody can show that she has disrespected martyrs and freedom fighters. The actor obtained criticism for her feedback on Thursday when she mentioned that India attained freedom in 2014 when the Modi-led authorities got here to energy and described the nation’s Independence in 1947 as “bheek”, or alms. Juhi Chawla Makes This ‘Earnest’ Request to Fans on Her 54th Birthday.

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Taking to her Instagram deal with on Saturday, the actor first posted quotations from a e-book and wrote, “Just to set the records straight…I am not the only one to call congress beggar.” In the subsequent IG Story, she added, “Everything is very clearly mentioned in the same interview 1857 first collective fight for freedom… along with sacrifice of greats like Subhash Chandra Bose, Rani Laxmibai and Veer Savarkar ji. 1857 I know but which war took place in 1947 I am not aware, if someone can bring to my awareness I will give back my Padma Shri and apologise also… please help me with this.” Jai Bhim Beats The Shawshank Redemption to Take the First Spot in IMDb’s List of Top Films.

She then went on to speak about ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ and the in depth analysis on 1857. She wrote, “I have worked in a feature film of a martyr Rani Laxmi Bai… extensively researched on the first fight of freedom 1857… nationalism rose so did right wing … but why it died a sudden death? and why Gandhi let Bhagat Singh die … why Neta Bose was killed and never got Gandhi ji’s support? why line of partition was drawn by a white man… ?instead of celebrating freedom why Indians killed each other some of the answers I am seeking please help me find answers.”

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She additional went on to defend her assertion relating to “Aazadi in 2014”.

“As far as Aazadi in 2014 concerned I specifically said physical Aazadi we may had but consciousness and conscience of India was set free in 2014… a dead civilisation came alive and fluttered its wing and now roaring and soaring high … today for the first time … people can’t shame us for not speaking English or coming from small towns or using made in India products… everything is articulate and clear in the same interview… lekin jo chor hain unki toh jalegi … koi bujha nahi sakta… Jai Hind,” she penned.

Previously, a number of politicians reacted with outrage at her feedback.

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Maharashtra Minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Nawab Malik on Friday demanded that the Centre should withdraw the Padma Shri award from Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut for her controversial remarks on the nation’s Independence and sought her speedy arrest. Youth Congress employees in Indore on Friday protested in opposition to the similar.

Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece Saamana on Saturday criticised Kangana for her controversial remarks and mentioned that it’s unlucky that the Padma Shri has been awarded to somebody who insulted the freedom fighters. Kangana obtained the prestigious award by President Ram Nath Kovind at a ceremony hosted at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in the capital on November 8.

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