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Kangana Ranaut Takes A Jibe At Celebrities For Asking Commoners To Donate For Their Fundraisers

Vatsal Thakore

May 22, 2021

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Kangana Ranaut posts a statement that indirectly scolds the celebrities, who despite being rich themselves, ask common folk to donate to their fundraisers.

For her constant presence on social media and making a big controversial statement, Kangana Ranaut has come to be known as ‘panga queen’ by the media houses, also referring to two of her films. She has been very proactive in taking digs at Bollywood celebrities and exposing their hypocrisy. Recently, she took another dig at multiple celebrities via a big statement that she made on her Instagram. Read on to know about the whole issue.

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A few days back, the Judgementall Hai Kya actress Kangana Ranaut was permanently suspended from Twitter, because according to the site, she ‘repeatedly violated Twitter rules.’ After that, she has taken to her Instagram account to post her thoughts. Kangana often posts videos discussing the issues that she finds problematic or even posts text stories.

Recently, she posted one such text story on her Instagram, in which, she indirectly scolded the celebrities who are creating fundraisers to help COVID-19 patients, by pointing out that they are asking the common folk to donate, when they themselves are rich enough to donate a significantly huge amount to genuinely provide help. Kangana Ranaut made multiple points in her text story, pointing out the influence and the power that these celebrities use for the means.

Also read: Watch: Kangana Ranaut Criticizes Those Blaming The Indian Government, Requests Authorities To Take Strict Action

During the second wave of COVID-19, the medical and healthcare system of India got severely overwhelmed, where a lot of people found it difficult to get supplies of oxygen concentrators, ventilators, and other necessary equipment. Following this, celebrities like Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli, and Priyanka Chopra, began their own fundraisers and urged people to donate to it, to help the COVID-19 patients in need.

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