Comedian Kunal Kamra mocks Kangana Ranaut over her tweets about the Bollywood lawsuit, Sanjay Raut and Maharashtra. The actress has been taking jibes and putting out a number of accusations and allegations on anything and everything related to the afore mentioned subjects.
Kunal Kamra is famous for being politically funny and taking jabs at the government, tweeted ,“Ma’am bijli gayi idhar par fuse aapka kyon udd raha hai (Ma’am the electricity has gone out here, why is your fuse blown?).”
Not unprovoked,it was in response to Kangana’s picture of Kamra and Raut.
Kangana had retweeted the photo, taking pot shots at Raut for appearing on Kunal’s show instead of fixing Mumbai’s power outage issue.
“#Powercut in Mumbai, meanwhile Maharashtra government k k k … Kangana,” she wrote in her tweet.
Kangana is not currently in Mumbai but in her hometown of Manali. Kangana had come to Mumbai in September when her office building was partially demolished by the Brihann Mumbai Municipal Corporation on accusations of illegal construction. Around the same time, she had also compared Mumbai with Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. That prompted many Shiv Sena leaders–including Raut–to tell her not to come back to Mumbai.
Large parts of Mumbai and its suburbs faced a power failure on Monday morning. Due to which several trains were held up. Traffic signals at some areas were also not working.
Multiple celebrities all took to social media to share posts about the outage. Kunal Kemmu made a full video about how Mumbaikars felt so hassled about a short outage when it’s a common occurrence for the rest of the country. Abhishek Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan and others also shared jokes and memes about it.
Kunal and Kangana have locked horns previously as well. Kunal made a joke about Kangana learning wisdom from Sadhguru. She replied,
“These fools are desperate to credit my struggles, intellect ,spiritual depth, guts, success and achievements to some powerful man, how it hurts their fragile egos and cotton balls to admit that I am my own person, leading my life on my own terms. DEAL WITH IT.”
In response to that, Kunal questioned the y-plus security she received from the central government. “I am wondering how a strong women like you can have Y – security where men are protecting you just for living life on your own terms,” he wrote.