Kangana Ranaut’s tweet is going viral.
Kangana Ranaut has also taken up the industry in the guise of Karan. In the tweet, he tagged Environment, Forests and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar and the ministry’s official Twitter handle.
- Latest version:October 28, 2020, 7:26 p.m.
Kangana Ranaut has also taken up the industry in the guise of Karan. “The movie industry is not only a virus for the country’s moral values and culture, it has also become harmful and deadly to the environment,” he tweeted. Look at this disgusting, disgusting and gambling-responsible attitude of the so-called big production house. Please help. ‘ In the tweet, he tagged Environment, Forests and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar and the ministry’s official Twitter handle.
The movie industry is not only a virus for this nation’s ethical fiber n culture but it has become very destructive and harmful to the environment, @ In Revelationism Yes Mofcci Look at this heinous, dirty, irresponsible behavior by the so-called big production houses, please help. https://t.co/EZfzrIWz06
– Kangana Ranaut (KangaNatim) October 27, 2020
Kangana’s reaction came when a user shared a screenshot of a news headline claiming that Dharma Productions had allegedly ended up shooting a photo with Deepika Padukone in Nerule, a village in Goa. How much of a mess it has been since.
I tell you that before Kangana, an NGO called Lokchancho Ekwyot Goa had apologized in writing to Karan Johar. The NGO said it would appeal to the Bombay High Court next week if Karan did not respond. After using PPE kits and other garbage, Karan’s team reached Nerul village, 10 km from Panaji, the capital of Goa.