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Uorfi Javed and Kangana Ranaut lock horns over Pathaan’s success: Netizens debate ‘publicity’ and ‘rastrawaad’

Kangana Ranaut earlier praised Pathaan at the wrap-up party for her upcoming movie Emergency. She said that movies like Pathaan should do good. However, she took a 180° turn shortly with a series of tweets about Pathaan on Twitter.

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New Delhi: Pathaan’s sky-wrecking success has touched some nerves for Kangana Ranaut. The emergency actress is now back on Twitter, and we can say nothing has changed.

For the last 3 days, the actress has been making Twitter threads analyzing Pathaan’s success from the perspective of her very own kind of nationalism. She has also been getting into scuffles with other users during these interactions.

This time, it was Urfi Javed who locked horns with Kangana over Pathaan.

Quoting someone else’s tweet on Pathaan’s success, Kangana said that India loves Khans, and sometimes it only loves Khans. She went further saying this is why it is very unfair to accuse India of hate.
The Dhakkad actress also said that India is obsessed with Muslim actresses and this is why there is no country like India.

Uorfi Javed didn’t like the categorization of Hindu actors and Muslim actors and she jumped into the conversation. She said art shouldn’t be divided by religion.

For some reason, Kangana Ranaut brought the Uniform civil code into the convo and replied to Uorfi Javed:

 

We must tell you, Kangana Ranaut earlier praised Pathaan at the wrap-up party for her upcoming movie Emergency. She said that movies like Pathaan should do good.

However, she took a 180° turn shortly with a series of tweets about Pathaan on Twitter. She took offense that Pathaan allegedly shows Pakistan in a good light. She also questioned why Pathaan’s success is being hailed as the triumph of good over evil.

Somewhere in the conversation, people dragged her disastrous flop Dhaakad. After this Kangana revealed that she has spent her life savings making a film for the nation’s constitution and no other actor can do that.

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