Diljit Dosanjh Slams Back After Kangana Ranaut’s Video Barraging Him, Writes ‘Some People Just Want to Watch the World Burn’

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Singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh has conveyed a set of indirect reactions to actor Kangana Ranaut on Saturday, in which she talked about the continuous farmers’ protests, and urged to learn why people like Diljit and Priyanka Chopra aren’t questioned about their viewpoint on the issue. Kangana and Diljit have been entangled in a Twitter dispute over the protests.

Before Kangana posted her video, Diljit took to Twitter to amount an audio message in which he said, in Punjabi, “Oh my god. I have to share something with you guys. There are two-three girls who are unable to digest their food until they chant my name in the morning. It’s just like a doctor prescribing two tablets in the morning and two in the evening. Only then are they able to digest food. One of those girls has a very irritating voice, so irritating. Don’t pay any attention to them. They will bark themselves hoarse. Ok ta ta”.


In the audio clip, Diljit laughs heavily and makes an effort to pose as someone’s mouthpiece, likely Kangana’s.

In another tweet, he wrote, “Don’t spread hate. Karma is a very important thing. Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Jain, Buddhist… We are all one, that’s what we’ve been taught since we were kids. Even today, people of all faiths work on the same film set, like family. Some people want to watch the world burn.”

In her video, Kangana had told that it had been verified that the farmers’ uprising is politically encouraged and that she is often questioned about her political loyalties, but Diljit and Priyanka’s statements are confronted with no opposition.

Diljit and Kangana’s Twitter dispute reignited lately, when she jotted down in a tweet, in Hindi, “I want Diljit Dosanjh and Priyanka Chopra, who are acting as local revolutionaries for the farmers, to make at least one video explaining to the farmers what they have to protest about. Both of them have disappeared after inciting farmers. Look at the state of the farmers and the country!”

In reaction, Diljit had jotted down in Punjabi, “Don’t even think that I have disappeared. Who gave her the authority to decide who is a patriot and who is an anti national? Who made her the authority? Have some shame before you label farmers as anti nationals.”

The controversy turned on with him citing a tweet posted by her on November 27, in which she wrongly observed an aged woman at the incessant farmers’ uprising as Bilkis Bano, the countenance of the Shaheen Bagh protest. After contending that Bilkis was ‘available (for h0ire) in Rs 100’, Kangana erased the inexact tweet. Nevertheless, Diljit condemned her for stretching out the trumped-up story.

Written by Ritik Gupta

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