Updated June 8th, 2024 at 08:44 IST

Vishal Dadlani Promises Job To CISF Constable Who Slapped Kangana Ranaut: I Understand Her Anger

Vishal Dadlani re-shared the video on his social media handle and wrote that he doesn't support violence, but understands the anger of CISF personnel.

Vishal (L), Kangana (R) | Image:Instagram
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On Thursday (June 6), actor-turned-politician Kangana Ranaut was allegedly slapped by a CIF personnel at Chandigarh airport. Following the incident, Kangana released a video on her social media handle assuring her safety. Now, in response to the incident, Vishal Dadlani, a popular composer and singer, extended his support to the CISF personnel involved.

How did Vishal Dadlani react to the Chandigarh airport incident?

Taking to his Instagram Stories on Friday (June 7), Vishal re-shared the video and wrote that he doesn't support violence, but he understands the anger of CISF personnel. "I do not ever support violence, but I absolutely understand the need for this @official_cisf personnel’s anger. If any action is taken against her by the CISF, I will ensure that she has a job waiting for her should she choose to accept it. Jai Hind. Jai Jawaan. Jai Kisaan," the text on the post read.

(A screengrab from the post | Image: Instagram)

Following this, he shared another post on his Instagram Stories re-sharing Kangana's 2020 X post and wrote, "Those on Dungana’s side, if she had said your Mother is ‘available in 100 Rupees’ what would you do?”

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(A screengrab from the post | Image: Instagram)

The constable involved was identified as Kulwinder Kaur. Following the incident she was reportedly detained and subsequently suspended after the actress filed a complaint with CISF officials. Following her suspension, Dadlani shared another post and wrote, "Again if Ms Kaur is removed from duty someone gets her in touch with me and I will ensure she is gainfully employed.”

(A screengrab from the post | Image: Instagram)

Kangana Ranaut lashes out at Bollywood for not supporting her after slap incident

Kangana was travelling to Delhi when the incident happened. Following this she posted a video on her X handle saying, "Namastey dosto! I have been getting a lot of phone calls from the media and my well-wishers. I am safe, I am perfectly fine. What happened at the Chandigarh airport today was during the security check. When I left after the security check, the CISF personnel hit me on my face. She abused me. When I asked her why she did it, she told me that she supports farmers’ protests. I am safe but my concern is, how do we handle terror in Punjab?”

Later, she shared a post on her Instagram Stories criticising Bollywood's silence on the incident. She wrote, “All eyes on Rafah Gang this can happen to you or your children as well…When you celebrate a terror attack on someone be ready for the day it comes back to you as well.”

(A screengrab from the post | Image: Instagram)

She later deleted another post in which she wrote, “Dear film industry you all are either celebrating or are totally mum on the airport attack on me... remember you are not me.”

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Kangana Ranaut, who made her electoral debut this year, won the Lok Sabha elections from Mandi in Himachal Pradesh by defeating Congress' Vikramaditya Singh, a son of the former chief minister of Himachal Pradesh Late Virbhadra Singh.

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Published June 8th, 2024 at 08:44 IST