Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut’s Twitter account has been restricted temporarily following demands from netizens. The Queen actor retaliated on Wednesday saying she’s not affected by such trivial issues and promised to come back stronger in real life.
Kangana has been accused of inciting violence through her posts on Twitter. The actor said though her virtual identity for the country has been ‘martyred’, her ‘reloaded desh bhakt version’ portrayed through her films cannot be marred. She went ahead and said: “She also added: “Anti nationals are trending #SuspendKanganaRanaut …. please do, when they suspended Rangs I came and made their lives even more miserable,now if they suspend me will exit virtual world and in real world will show you real Kangana Ranaut- the mother of all fathers #babbarsherni.”
“Tumhara jeena dushwar karke rahungi,” added Kangana, whose recent tweet in retort to the controversy about Amazon Prime’s web series ‘Tandav’ had created a huge rumpus. Though she had later deleted the tweet, yet a few Twitterati insisted Twitter to suspend her account for ‘spreading hate’.
Kangana’s abhorrent quote was a result of the FIRs filed against the cast and crew of the political thriller ‘Tandav’. On Monday, Kangana had thumped Tandav, describing it as ‘Hindu phobic, atrocious and objectionable’.
Kangana’s upcoming projects are spy thriller ‘Dhaakad’ and ‘Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda’. Didda was Queen of Kashmir who trounced Mehmood Ghaznavi twice in battle. In ‘Dhaakad’, which is said to be “India’s first female-led high octane spy thriller”, Kangana will play the role of Agent Agni. She will also be seen in the films ‘Thalaivi’ and ‘Tejas’.