Kangana Ranaut made controversial remarks about India’s freedom struggle in 1947 that have been widely reported. There were riots outside Kangana Ranaut’s house, where she made controversial comments about India’s freedom struggle during 1947.
Ranaut, who is known for her combative remarks on political issues, started a row Thursday by declaring that India achieved “real freedom” when the Narendra Modi government came to power in 2014. She also described India’s Independence from India in 1947 as “bheek”, which means “alms.”
Kangana Ranaut shared information from a book in her Instagram stories recently. She wrote: “Everything is very clearly discussed in the same interview 1857 initial collective fight for freedom… along sacrifice of greats such as Subhash Chandra Bose and Rani Laxmibai. 1857 I do know, but I don’t know which war occurred in 1947. If someone can help me to find out, I will return my Padma Shri.
“Kangana Ranaut’s comments on the country’s struggle for independence are completely incorrect. Patil said that nobody has the right to make a negative comment on the freedom movement, but he also stated that he didn’t know the “emotions,” which led him to make such a statement.
“The common man now has true freedom after Narendra Modi was elected prime minister in 2014. There is now no country left where people cannot eat two meals per day. He claimed that the Union government distributes 35kg food grains to the poor at Rs.105.”