Kangana Ranaut's war of words with Urmila Matondkar, Kunal Kamra
Mumbai : War of words broke out between Kangana Ranaut and stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra after he dropped a sarcastic comment on Kangana Ranaut’s thoughtful quote about how it takes a “strong spiritual core” to recognise the delusion between the reel and real world.
While Kangana went on to call herself a revolutionary, Kunal went a step ahead and shared a new definition of the word.
Kangana had shared a picture of herself Wednesday morning on her team’s Twitter account along with a quote, “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.”
Alleging that the words of wisdom by Kangana were actually inspired from Sadhguru, of whom the actor is an ardent follower The actor hit back at Kunal and said, “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 Slightly smiling face.”
Kunal again took a dig at Kangana, he said, “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...”
Justifying her security arrangement, Kangana replied to Kunal, “In a democracy it is the duty of the constitution to protect a revolutionary voice. Here in this case you see two aspects of the glorious democracy ‘The protector’ and ‘ The protected’. You will never make it to any of them. Be someone who means something to this nation Slightly smiling face.”
This was not it, Kangana also got attacked by Urmila Matondkar, who recently expressed her views over Kangana’s statements and attacked the actress over her claims of exposing the drug nexus in Bollywood.
In her recent interview with India Today, she advised Kangana should start fighting the drug menace from her home state Himachal Pradesh as it is the origin of drugs.
“The entire country is facing the menace of drugs. Does she (Kangana) know Himachal is the origin of drugs? She should start from her own state. Why did this person who has been given Y-security from the taxpayers' money didn’t give information about the drug nexus to the police?" Urmila added.
“As a daughter of the city, I will never tolerate any defamatory remark against it. If one person shouts all the time, doesn’t mean the person is speaking the truth. Some people want to crib all the time and play the victim card and if all that fails, they play the woman card,” Urmila was quoted saying.