Kangana Ranaut praised Deepika Padukone for her performance at the 95th Academy Awards ceremony. Many people were perplexed by her message after she had previously criticised Deepika.
Kangana Ranaut has responded to those who were perplexed by her praise for Deepika Padukone with another tweet. Kangana has praised Deepika Padukone for looking beautiful on stage and representing India with grace after her Oscars appearance. Kangana had previously criticised Deepika for her work in mental health awareness, calling her film Gehraiyaan ‘trash,’ among other things.
Kangana responded to those who were shocked by her tweet on Twitter. “All those acting shocked that I praised DP, don’t overthink, I am a very simple person I just follow Krishna/Dharma n he says kisi ko undeserving credit dena anachar hai lekin kisi ko deserving credit na dena usse bada anachar/paap hai, bollywoodias may have failed but I haven’t,” she wrote.
“Yess exactly,” people on Twitter said in response to her. If wrong is wrong, then right is right, and it is our responsibility to give credit to those who do great work, regardless of who they are.” “Kangana has always praised Bollywood actors and actresses when they have done good work,” wrote another, “but Bollywood actors still ignore her out of fear of losing work.”
Kangana had written in her original message, “It’s not easy to stand there holding an entire nation together, carrying its image and reputation on those delicate shoulders, and speaking so graciously and confidently. Deepika is a shining example of why Indian women are the best (red heart and national flag emojis).”
Deepika presented RRR’s Naatu Naatu on the Oscars stage on Monday. She received compliments from everyone for her graceful presentation and her stunning appearance in her Louis Vuitton gown. On stage, she stated, “This song has become a global sensation due to its irresistibly catchy chorus, electrifying beats, and killer dance moves. It appears during a crucial scene in ‘RRR,’ a film about the friendship of real-life Indian revolutionaries Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem. It’s not only sung in Telugu and illustrates the film’s anti-colonialist themes, but it’s also a total banger!”
Kangana Ranaut has slammed Deepika Padukone’s Gehraiyaan as a ‘bad movie’ and said that “no amount of skin show or pornography can save it”.
Kangana Ranaut appears to have penned a note for the actor’s latest release, Gehraiyaan, just days after lashing out at a journalist over a question involving Deepika Padukone. On Friday, Amazon Prime Video released the film, which is about complex modern relationships.
Kangana took to Instagram Stories on Saturday night to share Manoj Kumar and Mala Sinha’s popular song, Chand Si Mehbooba Ho Meri from the 1965 film Himalay Ki God Mein. Manoj Kumar sings on the banks of a river and surrounding areas in the song, while Mala dances around in a lehenga. Mukesh, the legendary singer-composer, sang it. Manoj Kumar played Dr Sunil, who fell in love with Mala Sinha’s Phoolwa in the village despite being engaged to Shashikala’s Dr Neeta.
Kangana slammed Gehraiyaan, writing, “I am also a millennial, but I identify and understand this type of romance… in the name of millennial/new age/urban movies, please don’t sell trash… bad movies are bad movies.” No amount of skin show or pornography can save it… it’s a simple fact that koi gehraiyaan wali baat nahi hai (it lacks depth).”
Kangana launched her new reality show, Lock Upp, at an event earlier this month and later interacted with the media. When a journalist asked her opinion on an influencer shaming Deepika for her ‘hemlines and necklines’ during Gehraiyaan promotions, she lost her cool. “Look, I am here to defend those who can’t defend themselves,” Kangana said in response to her question. Alright? She is capable of defending herself. She has the opportunity and the platform, and I am unable to promote her film here. “Please take a seat.”
Kangana responded, “Of course, you named the film. You’re also naming a forthcoming film. Obviously, you are being planted by the film’s publicists. Arre yaar, hum itne bhi toh naadaan nahi hai naadaan nahi hai naadaan (I am not so naive). Do it outside, and I’ll talk to you for 45 minutes.”
Kangana has been slamming Deepika for quite some time. She had previously accused her of running a “business” out of depression through her mental health organisation.
Shakun Batra directed Gehraiyaan, which features a few intimate scenes between Deepika and her co-star Siddhant Chaturvedi.