Ever since Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut officially joined Twitter, she has been on fire! Well, her tweets have hogged the limelight, almost every other day, without a fail.
After hitting back at BMC over the demolition drive, and calling out people in the drugs conspiracy in the movie business, Kangana Ranaut in her fresh tweet has called the show business an intoxicating place.
She wrote: Show business is absolutely intoxicating, this make-believe world of lights and camera is designed to make one life and believe in an alternate reality, a little bubble of their own, it takes a very strong spiritual core to recognise this delusion…
Show business is absolutely intoxicating, this make believe world of lights and camera is designed to make one live and believe in an alternate reality, a little bubble of their own, it takes a very strong spiritual core to recognise this delusion… pic.twitter.com/sVDGUemaDA
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) September 16, 2020
A day back, after veteran actress and Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan in Rajya Sabha today said that a few people are trying to defame the film industry and the government must provide protection against it, Kangana Ranaut retorted with a hard-hitting tweet.
Jaya Bachchan, without taking any names, slammed BJP MP and actor Ravi Kishan for his drugs conspiracy remark in the Lok Sabha on Monday.
The drugs conspiracy has once again become the talking point in Bollywood after Rhea Chakraborty, brother Showik and several other names emerged in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case.
After veteran actor and Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan slammed those who are tarnishing the image of the Indian film industry in the Upper House of the Parliament, actor Taapsee Pannu and filmmaker Anubhav Sinha supported her statements.
“For we have always stood by the initiatives, causes, and awareness campaigns. It’s time for payback. Hitting the nail on its head and how! Yet again a woman from the industry spoke up #Respect,” tweeted Taapsee.
“Jis thali mein khate hai Usme chhed karte hai. Galat baat hai,” she said referring to a popular Hindi proverb that means to bite the hands that feed you.
“I was really embarrassed and ashamed that yesterday (September 14) one of our members in the Lok Sabha, who is from the industry, spoke. I am not taking names. It is a shame,” she said.