After shooting in Goa, the team dropped the used PPE kit, Kangana said the industry was dangerous to the environment


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Kangana Ranaut shared a video on Twitter. Karan’s company Dharma Productions has been accused of leaving biomedical waste after shooting in Goa. Deepika Padukone has played the lead role in the film. In the guise of Karan, Kangana attacked the industry and described it as the most dangerous virus for the environment.

Dangerous to the environment, including industrial culture
Kangana writes – The film industry is not only the virus that is destroying the culture and moral values ​​of this country, but it is also the most harmful virus for the environment. Prakash Javadekar G and the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change of India See this heinous, dirty and irresponsible attitude of the big production house and please help

Locals also demanded an apology
Before Kangana, an NGO called Lokhancho Ekwyot Goa had apologized in writing to Karan Johar on the same issue. The NGO said it would appeal to the Bombay High Court next week if Karan did not respond. After disposing of the PPE kits and other garbage used after the shooting, the team reached the village of Nerul, 10 km from Panji, the capital of Goa.

Deepika’s problem has also increased
Shakun Batra is the director of this film. Due to which, Deepika Padukone went to Mumbai after the NCB summons investigation. On Tuesday, investigators raided the home of his manager, Karisma Prakash, where he found drugs. After that, Deepika’s troubles are seen to increase once again.



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