Currently revelling in the rave reviews for her phenomenal performance in the super hit biopic Thalaivii where she has won hearts of fans by nailing the character of former Chief Minister and late actress J Jayalalithaa, the quintessential fashionista of Bollywood and now a Tollywood superstar as well, Kangana on Alia’s ad says Paraya dhan doesn’t mean selling your daughter.
Always known for being fearlessly bold and vocal on social media, this time as well taking to her official social media handle on instagram, Kangana on Alia’s ad says Paraya dhan doesn’t mean selling your daughter.
Always known for being fearlessly bold and never the one who sugar-coats her words, the four times national award winning bollywood superstar Kangana on Alia’s ad says Paraya dhan doesn’t mean selling your daughter.
Always being regaled as a stellar and exemplary performer who is always blunt and honest with her opinions on everything, Kangana on Alia’s ad says Paraya dhan doesn’t mean selling your daughter.
A few hours back taking to her instagram handle, Kangana dropped two stories on her social media post wherein she lashed out on the recent new ad of actor Alia Bhatt for Manyavar Mohey since it has made fun of traditional marriage ritual like Kanya Daan and so much more and to start off with, she wrote, “Hinduism is very sensitive and scientific when it comes to gene, pool and bloodline. In a marriage, a woman leaves her Gotra and bloodline and enters another gene pool and gotra. She needs not only her own father’s permission but also of all forefathers and ancestrals whose blood flows in her veins. For this smooth transition, father allows her from everyone’s side and releases her from any gotrarin”.
Furthermore she also adds, “But these woke dimwits, won’t understand this complex science. Better to simply ban such ads and shut them up @moheyfashion”.
In the next handwritten note within her social media post, Kangana Ranaut also said, “Dhan is not a dirty word, your mind is dirty. Dhan is used in many contexts like ‘Ram Ratan Dhan Payo’ or ‘Putra Dhan’ or ‘Saundrya aur roop k dhani hona’ are commonly used terms. Kanya dhan or Paraya dhan doesn’t mean you are selling your daughter. Stop this anti-hindu propoganda”.
Taking an indirect jibe on Alia Bhatt and the brand Manyavar Mohey for this recent ad which surely has given rise to this controversy, Kangana has tried giving her two cents of knowledge and piece of mind to all the woke generation in our film industry to not promote anti hindu feeling and propoganda through such ads in minds of fans, viewers and netizens on social media.
Her well written caption for this social media post read, “Don’t become a pest who loves to abuse and condemn Hinduism just because it is the most tolerant religion @moheyfashion”.