Not ‘ladaku’ person, ‘will quit Twitter’ if anyone proves otherwise: Kangana Ranaut

The statements came shortly after she engaged in a Tweet spat of sorts with filmmaker Anurag Kashyap earlier in the day.

Written by September 18, 2020 09:54
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New Delhi: Actor Kangana Ranaut on Wednesday said that she may come across as “ladaku” (bellicose) but it is not true.

She said this after being involved in a Twitter spat with several people over the past few weeks.

The ‘Queen’ actor who has been making headlines since the past few weeks with her tussle with Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut and several Bollywood actors, took to Twitter to make statements about her.

“I may come across as a very ladaku person but it’s not true, I have a record of never starting a fight,” she said.

She went on to state that she can “quit Twitter if anyone can prove otherwise.”

“I will quit twitter if anyone can prove otherwise, I never start a fight but I finish every fight. Lord Krishna said when someone asks you to fight you mustn’t deny them,” the 33-year-old actor said.

The statements came shortly after she engaged in a Tweet spat of sorts with filmmaker Anurag Kashyap earlier in the day.

 ‘Ek tu hi hai behen, eklauti Manikarnika’

On Thursday, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has responded to Kangana Ranaut’s tweet about not bowing down to enemies, and maintaining self-respect. In his tweet, Anurag sarcastically said that Kangana is the true Manikarnika, and should be sent to China to fend off incursion.

He wrote in Hindi, “Only you can save us, sister — the one true Manikarnika. Take four or five people with you and fight China. See how far inside our territory they’ve come. Show them that India has nothing to worry about until such time as you’re there to protect us. The LAC is just a day’s journey from your house. Go, our tigress. Jai Hind.”

Kangana in her original tweet had written in Hindi, “I am a warrior. I can allow my head to be severed, but won’t bow it. I will always raise my voice for the honour of my nation. I live with honour, respect, self-respect and will live proudly as a nationalist! I will never compromise with my principles. I will never do it! Jai Hind.”

Kangana, in response to Anurag’s tweet, wrote in Hindi, “Ok I go to the border, you should go to the next Olympics, the country wants gold medals haha. This is not a B-grade film where the artist becomes anything. You’re taking metaphors literally. How have you become so stupid? You were quite clever when we used to be friends.”