‘Definitely Don’t Want To Go And Stand With Tukde Gang’, Says Kangana on Deepika’s JNU visit

Kangana Ranaut starrer Panga is all set to hit the theatres on 24 January and the actress is busy promoting her film.

Kangana, who is known not to mince her words, was recently asked what she had to say about Deepika Padukone’s controversial JNU visit.

During an interview with Spotboye, Ranaut said “I think she is exercising her democratic right. She very well knows what she is doing. I should not have an opinion about what she is doing. It is not appropriate for me to say that she should have done this or that.”

“I can say what I want to do. I definitely don’t want to go and stand with tukde gang. I don’t want to support anyone who wants to divide this nation. I don’t want to give power or empower those who don’t have this nation’s welfare in their mind. I don’t want to be with people who celebrate when a jawan dies. I can tell what I want, but I don’t want to comment on what she should have done,” she added.

When asked about her opinion on the way Chhapaak was boycotted owing to Deepika’s stand on the ongoing issue, Kangana said that boycotting movies don’t amount to anything. She believes that nobody can resist a good film.

Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chandel is an acid attack survivor. The actress recently posted a video praising Meghna Gulzar and Deepika for doing a film on this subject.

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