Kangana Ranauts tweet brings more legal trouble to her doorstep
Dec 05 2020
Actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh responded soon after with a BBC news clip of the protester named Mahinder Kaur. For the first time in the history of social media, netizens have applauded Punjabi superstar Diljit for roasting Padma Shri Kangana Ranaut live for nearly 6 hours.
The notice stated that the actor said in her tweet that the "same Dadi" who featured in Time Magazine was "available in 100 rupees".
The committee also demanded that she delete tweets that have been perceived derogatory towards the farmers and activists.
However, the photos are actually of a different woman. I am sure that she will be taught a lesson by farmers and youth of Himachal for labelling the protesting farmers as terrorists and will be banned from entering Himachal. Additionally, it has never been proved that Bilkis Bano is a protestor "for-hire", as Kangana so easily claimed. The actress had stepped in boiling waters after she commented about a woman from the protest following which she was called out by several people. And this was enough to trigger Kangana. As the feud between the two actors was in full flow, Dosanjh's social media accounts blew up subsequently.
Ranjit Bawa also came to Diljit Dosanjh's defence and tweeted, "Kangana, Diljit Dosanjh is much above you". Tweeple had their share of laughs and were left in splits as Karan Johar started to trend on Twitter out of nowhere. And now singer Mika Singh regrets supporting Kangana when her house was demolished by the BMC after an altercation with the Maharashtra Government.
"Similarly, the right to peacefully protest is part of the farmers' rights under the Constitution of India and she can not claim a right to demean and insult the farmers", the notice said.
The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee member has reportedly slapped a legal notice to the actress.
Thousands of farmers have stayed put at various Delhi border points for the 9th consecutive day protesting against the new farm laws, which they fear will dismantle the minimum support price system and corporatise farming.