Hansal Mehta invites Kangana Ranaut for a coffee after the pandemic, she says, ‘Soon you will become a bhakt’

Hansal Mehta invites Kangana Ranaut for a coffee after the pandemic, she says, ‘Soon you will become a bhakt’

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Hansal Mehta, the film maker and actor Kangana Ranaut engaged in an interesting conversation on Twitter as Mehta questioned, whether Maharashtra was going to witness presidential rule due to the rise in coronovirus cases. Kangana shared her opinion in the affirmation and said that Mehta would also “become a devotee.

”Mehta shared on Twitter, “Are we going to see President’s rule in Maharashtra soon?” Kangana jumped on to share her opinion on the subject and wrote that Mehta “will be a Sanghi” very soon. She added that “you will be disillusioned by these librus like me.”

Kangana’s tweet read, “Ideally we should, Hansal sir very soon you will be a Sanghi, you are a rational man, when you will be disillusioned by these librus like me, a lotus will blossom in your heart and you will become a bhakt, then we will go to Sadhguru aashram together, or to Kailash pilgrimage.”

She further continued in the next tweet, “You know I was also a libru I even did a Ravish interview with you but I was subjected to cruelty/isolation for being extraordinarily talented they tried to put me in jail,declared me mad, around that time government of India offered me to play goddess Laxmi in a campaign. Even when Shiv Sena threatened me they gave me security, I truly see them as supreme feminists and champions of free speech and liberal values…. sooner or later you will also realise, I owe my life to lotus flower and I have no f**ks to give to anyone ..Ya that’s the tweet.”

Shortly after Kangana’s tweet, Hansal Mehta suggested that they should have coffee after the pandemic. To this, Kangana said, “Sure … miss your humour and food of course.”

Kangana Ranaut starrer Thalaivi is scheduled to release in theaters on April 23.

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