Kangana Ranaut started the scandal, claiming that India achieved “real freedom” in 2014 when the government of Narendra Modi came to power, and described the country’s independence in 1947 as “bhik” or charity. There were demands to return Kangana the Padma Shri award. Defending herself, the actress stated that she was ready to return her Padma Shri and apologize if someone could enlighten her about what kind of “war” happened in 1947.
After offering to return the prestigious Padma Shri award, Kangana took on Instagram Story and shared some excerpts from the book. She wrote: “Everything is very clearly mentioned in the same interview. The first collective struggle for freedom in 1857 … along with the victims of such greats as Subhash Chandra Bose, Rani Lakshmibay and Vir Savarkarji. 1857 I know, but what kind of war took place in 1947, I don’t know. realizing that if someone can bring me to my attention, I will return my Padma Sri and also apologize … please help me with this. “
She added: “I worked on a feature film about the martyr Rani Lakshmi Bai … explored the first freedom struggle of 1857 in detail … nationalism rose, as did the right wing … but why did it die a sudden death? And why did Gandhi let Bhagat Singh die … why was Neta Boz killed and never got the support of Gandhi Ji? why was the dividing line drawn by a white man …? instead of celebrating freedom, why the Indians killed each other some of the answers I am looking for, please help me find the answers. “
“As for Aazadi in 2014, I specifically said that we might have had a physical Aazadi, but the consciousness and conscience of India were liberated in 2014 … a dead civilization came to life and flapped its wings, and now it roared and soared high .. .. today for the first time … people cannot shame us for not speaking English, or coming from small towns, or using products made in India … everything is clear and clear in one interview … lekin jo chor hain unki then jalegi … koi buja nahi shakta (those who have an unclean conscience will feel a burn, nothing can be done about it) … Jai Hind, ”she further stated.
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Kangana Ranaut, who recently won the Padma Shri and National Film Award for Best Actress for her role in Manikarnika: Queen of Jhansi and Panga, a recent event on Thursday (November 11), spoke about India and its struggle for independence. She said: “It was not freedom, it was charity, and freedom came in 2014.” Ranaut was clearly referring to the rise of the BJP to power in 2014.