Amid the “freedom” comment controversy, Kangana Ranaut shows off her moves in the wrap-up event of ‘Tejas’

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Published by Jayanti Poddar on 13 Nov 2021

On Friday, Kangana Ranaut partied the night away with the cast and crew of her next film Tejas. On Instagram, the actor uploaded multiple photos and videos from the party.

“Tejas wrap party…. by our lovely producers @rsvpmovies,” Kangana posted on Instagram, alongside a close-up of her party attire. “There is a song ringing in my head … Mere mehboob tujhe meri mohabbat ki kasam ….” the star said beside another photo to show off her sequinned bronze gown. She then asked her fans for a caption for another photo of herself. Whenever I’m writing these captions, I constantly run out of words… Please make suggestions… she wrote.

Take a look at her posts here:

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Kangana was dressed in a bronze-tone gown with a thigh-high slit for Tejas’ production business RSVP Movies’ reception. At the do, she was accompanied by her sister Rangoli Chandel. Kangana also posted a boomerang video of herself dancing with one hand on her sister’s shoulder and the other on a friend’s shoulder.

Kangana is also making headlines for a controversial comment she made on India’s independence just days after being awarded the Padma Shri. She said that when the Narendra Modi-led administration took power in 2014, India gained “true freedom,” and she referred to the country’s independence in 1947 as “bheek,” or alms. Many people have slammed the actress for her remarks. No one has ever disrespected the freedom warrior in such a way, Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana claimed.

According to Kangana Ranaut, India did not gain independence in 1947, rather it was merely a bheek, and the country gained true independence in 2014. (When Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office for the first time). To break away from 150 years of slavery, India had to fight a war of independence. Thousands of people had to give up everything they had. It is treachery to call freedom, which was won at the sacrifice of blood, sweat, and tears, a bheek.”

Kangana Ranaut plays Tejas Gill, an Indian Air Force pilot, in Tejas. Sarvesh Mewara wrote and directed the movie.

 

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