‘Stay Away from Politics’ Kangana Ranaut cautions Bollywood over usage of ‘triumph over hate’


Kangana recently received covert criticism for depicting Pakistan, an “enemy nation” of India, and its spy agency ISIS in a “good light” in the film “Pathaan.”

Against people in Bollywood who advocate “triumph over hate,” actor Kangana Ranaut stated on Saturday, “tum logon ki wahi class lagegi jo kal lagi thi.” Taking to Twitter, Kangana wrote: “Bollywood walon yeh narrative banane ki koshish mat karna ki iss desh mein tum Hindu hate se suffer kar rahe ho, agar maine phir se yeh word suna ‘triumph over hate’ toh tum logon ki wahi class lagegi jo kal lagi thi (Bollywood people, do not try to project that your are suffering from Hindu hate in this country. If I hear another comment on ‘triumph over hate’, I will take your class). Enjoy your success and do good work, stay away from politics.”

It’s interesting that the “Queen” actor made her statement just days after Alia Bhatt and filmmaker Karan Johar praised Shah Rukh Khan for the overwhelming reception to his movie “Pathaan.”

Johar tweeted, “Hits beyond a century!!!!” in a message expressing his gratitude for King Khan on Thursday. Over 100 crores in a single day. Goat Megastar SRK, Legendary YRF, and ADI… ANAND SID DEEPIKA JOHN! WOW. Love always triumphs over hate! Mark this day.


On the other side, Alia Bhatt posted a post on Instagram on Friday with the caption “Because LOVE always wins.”

For depicting Pakistan, an “enemy nation” of India, and its spy agency ISIS in a “good light,” Kangana recently drew sly criticism for the movie “Pathaan.” In the thread of tweets, Kangana wrote, “All those who are claiming Pathaan is triumph of love over hate, I agree but whose love over whose hate? Let’s be precise, whose is buying tickets and making it a success? Yes it is India’s love and inclusiveness where eighty percent Hindus lives and yet a film called Pathaan which shows our enemy nation Pakistan and ISIS in good light is running successfully, it is this spirit of India beyond hate and judgements that makes it Mahan… it is the love of India that has triumphed hate and petty politics of enemies… Lekin all those who are having high hopes please note… Pathaan sirf ek film ho sakti hai… goonjega toh yahan sirf Jai Shri Ram… Jai Shri Ram.”

Viewers have responded enthusiastically to “Pathaan,” and SRK’s fanbase throughout the world has warmly welcomed the actor back to his film after a four-year absence. On opening day, the movie also joined the Rs 100 crore club. Deepika Padukone and John Abraham played the key parts in “Pathaan,” which was directed by Siddharth Anand and made by Yash Raj Films.



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