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Kangana Ranaut And Diljit Dosanjh Get Into An Ugly Fight

After fighting the entire Bollywood and Maharashtra Government, controversy queen Kangana Ranaut has picked up a fight with Punjab’s most loved actor and singer Diljit Dosanjh. While Kangana has been condemning the farmers’ protest, calling it a propaganda and a planned riot, Diljit Dosanjh has chosen to stand by the farmers. And this isn’t going well with Kangana.

Kangana has just called Diljit a pet of Karan Johar which isn’t going well with most people. T all started when Kangana claimed that Shaheen Bagh activist Bilkis Bano is a part of farmers’ protest and that she can be hired for Rs 100 to participate in a riot.

In response to this tweet, Diljit posted a clip of a BBC interview which served as a proof that the old woman in farmers protest wasn’t Bilkis Dadi but 73-year-old Mohinder Kaur, a resident of Bathinda’s Bahadurgarh Jandian village.

Diljit wrote, “Here’s your proof @KanganaTeam. Nobody should be so blind as to go around saying anything they like.”

And definitely, this eye-opening reply from Diljit didn’t go well with Kangana. She targeted Diljit in the worst ways possible and wrote, “Ooo Karan johar ke paltu, jo dadi Saheen Baag mein apni citizenship keliye protest kar rahi thi wohi Bilkis Bano dadi ji Farmers ke MSP ke liye bhi protest karti hue dikhi. Mahinder Kaur ji ko toh main janti bhi nahin. Kya drama chalaya hai tum logon ne? Stop this right now.”

Well, Diljit too didn’t sit quietly. In a savage reply, Diljit wrote, “Tune jitney logon ke saath film kit u un sab ki paaltu hai? Fir to list lambi ho jaygi malikon ki.”

“These people are not from Bollywood. They belong to Punjab. You can say whatever you like but we won’t be perturbed. You are well-versed in lying and manipulating people’s emotions,” he further added.

Well, surely Kangana has built herself a long list of enemies now and Diljit Dosanjh who is known for his humbleness and down-to-earth nature is one of them now.

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