BJP’s Varun Gandhi Atrocious Insults to Kangana Ranaut: Latest News of 2021

Kangana Ranaut is one of the controversial actresses of Bollywood. She has been involved in many rumors and has been the center of negative publicity most of the time. Her uncensored opinions have drawn many personalities to take a dig against her. She has even been banned temporarily from Twitter because of her unfiltered opinions. Many netizens have even joined the bandwagon against her and tweeted against the reckless opinions she has expressed on her social media handle. This time it is no one other than Varun Gandhi, the leader of the BJP Party.

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Kangana Ranaut’s Recent Tweet caught negative publicity again?

Recently, Kangana Ranaut has posted a tweet that India became really independent in the year 2014. She has also expressed her opinions regarding the statement in the Times Now event. She explained that Congress was the extension of British rule. And, India truly attained its independence in the year 2014 when BJP took over the country’s politics. She has also specifically mentioned that what India received in the year 1947 were alms: to be exact she mentioned the word “bhikh”. Her statements have intrigued many of the citizens and the netizens can not wait to take a dig at her. It seems like Kangana Ranaut has landed herself in a deep mess once again.

BJP leader Varun Gandhi’s Dig in Kangana Ranaut’s Statement:

BJP leader Varun Gandhi has slammed Kangana Ranaut for her statement on the internet on Thursday. He has insulted one of the most BJP’s loyal supporters- Kangana Ranaut for her remarks that India gained its true independence in the year 2014 when the present prime minister Narendra Modi came in power and took control of India’s politics. She even down looked at the struggles of all the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives to gain independence for India in the year 1947. She has referred to their contributions as bheekh or alms. 

Insulting her for her statements, Varun Gandhi expressed that insulting Mahatma Gandi, praising his killer, or belittling the sacrifices of many freedom fighters including Bhagat Singh, Mangal Pandey, Rani Laxmibai, Bhagat Singh, and lakhs of freedom fighters could be termed as madness or treason. Varun Gandhi's take on Kangana Ranaut's statement

The BJP’s MP has always been vocal about his opinions and stands true to his reasoning. Last month, he was removed from the party’s National Executive after he stood for the families of farmers killed in UP’s Lakhimpur Khetri. He has also supported many farmers to fight for their rights and justice. 

Varun Gandhi has joined the Bharatiya Janta Party in the year 2004 when it was losing its power in the country. It is believed that Varun Gandhi has started to fall out of favor from the party to which he belongs. 

Netizens’ Reply to Kangana Ranaut’s Tweet:

While Varun Gandhi has taken a dig on Kangana Ranaut and clearly stated it to be an anti-national act, the netizens could not keep quiet. From Swara Bhaskar to Kirti Azad, everyone has slammed the Padmashri actress for her illogical statements. Many people even expressed that her Padmashri should be taken back for insulting the freedom fighters. While others affirmed that Kangana should be charged for treason and sedition.

A tweet from another netizen stated that Padma Shri awardee is making some huge revelation about the freedom fighters.


This is not the only time that Kangana Ranaut has attracted deep troubles for herself. At the beginning of 2021, she has even glorified Natharam Godse, the man who murdered Mahatma Gandhi. She has tweeted saying that no one knows the truth about Mahatma Gandhi and that’s why the textbooks suck because it does not unveil all the sides of the story.

Kangana Ranaut has confessed that she is a nationalist in many of her public discussions. However, her statements seem to be contradicting and trigger the sentiments of the people.

edited and proofread by: nikita sharma

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