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“Don’t Use Religion, Minority, Majority Politics To Sell Things;” Kangana Ranaut Criticizes Alia Bhatt

Kangana Ranaut criticizes Alia Bhatt for acting in the new ad.
by Abdul Azeez | September 22, 2021 18:41 IST
“Don’t Use Religion, Minority, Majority Politics To Sell Things;” Kangana Ranaut Criticizes Alia Bhatt

Kangana Ranaut criticizes Alia Bhatt for acting in her new advertisement. Kangana Ranaut says she was provoked by the advertisement starring Alia for a bridal wear brand.

 
In the ad, Alia portrays a bride who does not conform to the 'Kanyadan (giving up one's daughter)'. ‘Kanyadan’ is a custom found in some Indian weddings.
 
Kangana says the ad seeks to use religion and minority politics to its advantage. Kangana says in an Instagram post that she appeals to all brands not to use religion for businesses. She added not to trap sincere consumers with divisive ideas and advertisements.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Kangana wrote on Instagram.
 
Meanwhile, Kangana has been making headlines for the past month. Recently, she appeared in court related to the defamation case filed by Javed Akhtar.
 
Kangana Ranaut said that she is an alone warrior facing hyenas. The actress made the statement about the defamation case filed by Javed Akhtar.
 
In 2020, Javed Akhtar filed a complaint against Kangana. Kangana Ranaut was quoted as saying that Javed Akhtar is part of a group that has led many to commit suicide.
 
Kangana Ranaut has been widely accused in the national media. Javed Akhtar says Kangana Ranaut's remarks tarnish his image. He added that action should be taken against her.
 
On the work front, Kangana’s new film Thalaivii was released recently. Aside from ‘Thalaivii,’ Kangana will act in the action comedy film ‘Dhaakad.' The actress has already begun filming on the film ‘Tejas,' in which she plays an air force officer. Kangana's has two new films in her kitty as well. This includes 'Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda' and the political drama 'Emergency.'


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