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Pakistani Actor Questions Kangana Ranaut Over Government Support; Rangoli Claims 'respect'

Pakistani actress Mansha Pasha questioned Kangana Ranaut over support to the government after backing 'values.' Rangoli was not surprised and had 'respect'.

Pakistani actress questions Kangana Ranaut over government support, Rangoli has 'respect'

Apart from her acclaimed performances, Kangana Ranaut becoming the ‘flagbearer’ in the criticism of the film industry’s nepotism has been a highlight. The National Award-winner has taken on numerous other relevant issues as well. However, as per Pakistani actor Mansha Pasha, Kangana used the ‘progressive values’ to gain ‘traction’, before supporting a government that ‘stifles’ 'voices of dissent’ and any opinion against its policy as ‘corrupt.’

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Mansha Pasha had aired her views about Kangana on Twitter, terming the actor as a ‘classic woman’ who ‘talked down her privilege.’ She also wrote that anyone who disagrees to be too rich, too privileged or too corrupt ‘can’t be a voice of the people.’ Mansha concluded that one should know about people ‘using’ the values only to further their own politics.

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As Pakistani media reported the story, Kangana’s sister-cum-manager Rangoli Chandel was not too surprised with the statement. She wrote that criticism from a Pakistani was a ‘validation’ that one was a '100 % nationalist and a true deshbhakt.' Rangoli also wrote that two enemy countries’ citizens should be talking against each other in this way itself, and she only had respect for Mansha for her statement.

Rangoli added that her only problem was with those from this country who showed their loyalty to Pakistan.

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Kangana and her sister Rangoli have been supporters of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government. The former had even said she wished to see PM Modi be elected, ahead of the 2019 general elections. Rangoli recently hoped no elections are held in 2024 and that the PM continues to lead the country, to save the country’s wealth after the difficulties to the economy due to COVID-19.

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