Kangana Ranaut as of late succumbed to a satire video and unequivocally responded to it. She expressed: “All purported Indians who are supporting this harasser ridiculing an unfortunate man recall to this end all of you are a major bojh (trouble) on this overpopulated country.”
New Delhi: Actress Kangana Ranaut, who is an enthusiastic web-based entertainment buff, as of late succumbed to a parody video doing the rounds on the web. She took to her Instagram stories and attacked Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker, calling him an ‘simpleton of a man’ in light of the viral satire video cut.
Directly following the ongoing political strife in the country over BJP pioneer, Nupur Sharma’s slanderous comment on Prophet Muhammad and Naveen Kumar Jindal’s questionable tweet, a Twitter client by the name of Vashudev had transferred a video interesting to Indians to blacklist the carriers. He made this video following the discretionary blowback India got for two BJP pioneers’ disparaging comments toward Prophet Muhammad.
After Vashudev’s video overwhelmed on the web, one more Twitter client concocted a farce video accordingly by naming a meeting of Qatar Airway boss with the Al Jazeera TV channel. The named video is made to seem as though Akbar Al Baker is expressly interesting to Vashudev to cancel his blacklist.
Tragically, Kangana succumbed to this parody video and emphatically responded to it. She expressed: “All purported Indians who are supporting this domineering jerk ridiculing an unfortunate man recall to this end all of you are a major bojh (trouble) on this overpopulated country.”
“This simpleton of a man has no disgrace tormenting an unfortunate man, ridiculing his irrelevance and spot on the planet… Vasudev might be poor and immaterial for a rich man like you yet he has the option to communicate his sorrow, agony and disillusionment in no matter what… recall there is a world past this reality where we as a whole are equal…,”
The entertainer rushed to understand her indiscretion and erased her IG stories.
The dubious assertions made by BJP representative Nupur Singh in a TV banter and BJP pioneer Naveen Kumar Jindal on Twitter have prompted political shock. Numerous bay countries including Iraq, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Malaysia, the UAE, Jordan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan among others stopped official fights against India over the comments.