Kangana Ranaut poetry on Karan Johar - Nationalism shop

Kangana Ranaut has been talking about nepotism in Bollywood for a long time. To promote nepotism, she has not only accused Karan Johar directly but she is also constantly targeting Karan. Now Kangana has spoken for Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’. Jahnavi Kapoor plays the lead role in this film and it is getting mixed response. In such a situation, Kangana criticized Karan Johar and wrote poetry in his name. Through this poem, he has said that this film is on the issue of nationalism but it does not show patriotism.

Kangana’s poem for Karan Johar

Kangana writes in her tweet – Karan Johar has Shayari Arj. We have to run the shop of nationalism but do not show patriotism. A war film from Pakistan earns a lot of money, we will also make it but its villain is also Indian. Now the third gender has also come into the army, but when will you understand Karan Johar, a fighter is just a fighter.

Kangana also spoke for the film Gunjan Saxena

Earlier too, Kangana criticized the film ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’ by tweeting something. She had said that Gunjan says in many places in the film that she does not love her country, she only wants to fly a plane. Kangana wrote, ‘Many places in the film Gunjan says that she does not love her country, she only wants to fly a plane. The real patriotism of Gunjan Saxena is not shown in the film. She just says- Papa, I will not let you down.

Kangana further tweeted, ‘Gunjan Saxena noticed a small aspect in the film which is missing the big picture and essence of a soldier’s life. In this, the opponents of Gunjan Saxena have been vindicated who say that we are here to protect Mother India, but you have come here for equal opportunity. The film ends here too – Gunjan wins, but not India.

In this biopic of the first woman pilot of the Indian Air Force, Gunjan Saxena, Pankaj Tripathi, Angad Bedi and Vineet Kumar Singh have worked in addition to Jahnavi Kapoor. This film, directed by Sharan Sharma, is released on Netflix on August 12.


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