Kangana Ranaut to contest Lok Sabha elections? Here’s what she said

NationalKangana Ranaut to contest Lok Sabha elections? Here's what she said


Kangana Ranaut often makes headlines with her direct opinions since she constantly makes her point very clear. As a result of her work in the recently released film Tejas, the actress became the target of online bullies. Kangana took on the character of a pilot in the Indian Air Force who fought against Pakistan. After a morning of trolling and canceled performances, Kangana visited the Dwarkadhish Temple of Lord Krishna and spoke about running for office.

When questioned at the temple if she wanted to participate in the Lok Sabha elections, the actress answered, “Shri Krishna ki kripa rahi to ladenge (If Lord Krishna blesses, I will fight).”

When asked what she thought about Dwarka, Ranaut said, “I always say that Dwarka is a divine city.” After that, she demanded that the government provide a place where worshippers could pay their respects. The entire area is breathtaking. Dwarkadhish pervades every molecule. Seeing Him for the first time fills me with gratitude. I come here frequently to soak in the Lord’s darshan. However, I visit this place whenever I get a break from work. From above, you can also make out the submerged city of Dwarka. The government must make arrangements for individuals to be able to dive and examine the debris. I see a perfect society in Krishna’s city.

The BJP government in India is responsible for finally making this day a reality after 600 years of effort. There will be a tremendous festival when the temple is ultimately constructed. In a recent film, “Tejas,” he played an Indian Air Force pilot, and he is now advocating for the global adoption of Sanatan Dharma.

Ranaut also advocated for the government to provide a spot where devotees could see the ruins of Dwarka after it sunk so they could see what had been lost.

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Meanwhile, on the professional front, Kangana recently starred in the critically acclaimed Tamil film Chandramukhi 2. Even though Kangana’s primary audience consisted of Hindi speakers, the film was a flop. The 2019 film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi was the actress’s final commercial success. Judgementall Hai Kya, Panga, Thalaivii, and Dhaakad were all box office flops that followed.

The actress also spoke about her subsequent work on “Tanu Weds Manu Part 3” and her self-directed and -produced picture “Emergency.”

Tejas, Kangana Ranaut’s most recent film, joins the rest of her movies in utter failure at the box office. The actress sought refuge at the holy Dwarkadhish temple on Friday. The actress has guaranteed the whole endeavor with her funds.

I went to Dwarkadhish after being in a state of mental turmoil for a few days. The sight of dust covering every surface in Dwarka, the sacred city of Shri Krishna, instantly put me at ease. I felt my sanity return, along with an unbelievable joy. On X, Kangana spoke, “Hare Krishna,” a prayer to the Lord of Dwarka, pleading with him to continue his blessings upon her.

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