“I will return Padamashree award and also apologise….”; Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut branded the “Queen of Controversy,” has made headlines once again after making a remark critical of India’s independence. Many politicians and even ordinary individuals chastised her for her words. Congress leaders demanded that she return her Padamashree award, which she had recently received.

Kangana Ranaut claimed today that if someone could answer a question she had, she would return her Padma Shri and apologize. This comes amid mounting calls for her Padma accolade to be revoked and for the star to be detained for her azadi remark.

In a recent television interview, the actor stated that India gained its independence in 2014 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office and that what it received in 1947, after decades of battle by liberation fighters, was “bheekh,” or giveaway.

“Everything is described in detail in the same interview, including Subhash Chandra Bose’s, Rani Laxmibai’s, and Veer Savarkar ji’s sacrifices in the 1857 first collective fight for freedom. 1857 I know, but I’m not sure which war occurred in 1947; if someone can inform me, I’ll return my Padma Shri and apologize as well… please assist me with this “She shared a shot on the photo-sharing app Instagram earlier today.

The actor today attempted to imply that she referred to the Congress as a “beggar,” using a history textbook to back up her claim. The textbook’s name was not disclosed.

“Just to clear the air…I am not the only one who has called Congress a beggar,” she remarked, referring to the book.

Several political parties have stated that Ms. Ranaut should be punished with treason for dragging India’s liberation movement and its fighters into discredit shortly after her “bheek” comments.

A complaint was filed against the actor by the Aam Admi Party, claiming that she made a seditious remark and that she should be penalized.

Many people have criticized Ms. Ranaut’s statement, including BJP MP Varun Gandhi, Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil, Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.

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