Kangana Ranaut-Diljit Dosanjh Clash Swivels Ugly: She Names Him Karan Johar’s Pet, he Says she has no ‘tameez’

Kangana Ranaut-Diljit Dosanjh clash swivels ugly
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After Diljit Dosanjh’s tweet criticising Kangana Ranaut, she too has answered back with unpleasant words. Kangana took to Twitter on Thursday, calling Diljit filmmaker Karan Johar’s pet and herself a lioness. The Twitter fight escalated, with the Punjabi actor receiving enthusiastic support from many sections.

“Ooo Karan johar ke paltu, jo dadi Saheen Baag mein apni citizenship keliye protest kar rahi thi wohi Bilkis Bano dadi ji Farmers ke MSP ke liye bhi protest karti hue dikhi. Mahinder Kaur ji ko toh main janti bhi nahin. Kya drama chalaya hai tum logon ne? (Karan Johar’s pet, the grandma who was protesting in Shaheen Bagh for her citizenship, the same grandma was seen protesting with the farmers. I don’t even know who is Mahinder Kaur. What is this new drama?) Stop this right now,” she wrote in a tweet.

In another tweet, she wrote, “Listen, you vultures, do not consider my silence as my weakness. I see how you are instigating the innocent by lying to them and are using them. Just like Shaheen Bagh, the truth behind these protests will soon be out. Then I will write a brilliant speech and leave with your faces black,” she wrote and signed off as ‘Babbar sherni’.

Diljit retaliated saying, “Tuneh Jitne Logon Ke Saath Film Ki Tu Un Sab Ki Paaltu Hai…? Fer To List Lambi Ho Jaegi Maalko Ki..? Eh Bollywood Wale Ni PUNJAB Wale aa .. Hikk Te Vajj Sadey Jhooth bol kar logo ko badhkana aur emotions se khailna woh toh aap achey se janti ho (Are you the pet of all the people you have worked with? Then the list of your bosses must be long. This is not Bollywood but Punjab. Manipulating people by lying and playing with their emotions is something you know very well).” He added that he is not from Bollywood but Punjab and will give it back to her manifold. He said that he is not the one struggling in Bollywood. It’s filmmakers who bring him to work, inquiring of him to join their movies.

Kangana conceded, “Oh chamche chal, tu jinki chat chat ke kaam leta hai, main unki roz bajati hoon,jayada mat uchal,m ain Kangana Ranaut hoon tere jaisi chamchi nahin jo jhoot boloon, maine sirf aur sirf Shaheen Baag wali protestor pe comment kiya tha (You are a bootlicker, the one you try to please, I take them to task . I am Kangana Ranaut, not a bootlicker like you who would lie. I only spoke about the Shaheen Bagh protestor), if anyone can prove otherwise I will apologise.”

Diljit said that Kangana has no manners. “Bolan Di Tameez Ni Tainu.. Kisey di Maa Bhen Nu.. Aurat Ho Ke Dujeyq Nu Tu 100 100 Rs. Wali das di an.. SADE PUNJAB DIAN MAAVA SADEY LAI RAB NE.. Eh tan Bhoonda De Khakhar nu Shedh Leya Tu.. PUNJABI GOOGLE KAR LI (You have no sense how to speak to someone’s mother or sister. You are a woman yourself and are calling another one would work for Rs 100. Our mothers of Punjab are like God to us. You have poked the hornet’s nest. Google this Punjabi now,” he wrote.

Things put up with an outrageous fling as Kangana furthermore said she was talking about the Shaheen Bagh ‘dadi’. “Oye dumbo baat wahi hai jab kisi ki citizenship gayi he nahin toh Saheen Baag dadi ne kiske kehne pe protests kiye? Jab MSP hataya he nahin toh phir wahi dadi kiske bhejne pe Farmers protests mein hissa le rahi hai? Kaun usko peeche se prompt karta hai when she speaks ? (When no one lost their citizenship, Shaheen Bagh’s dadi protest on whose behalf? When MSP has not been removed, who sent the same dadi to farmers’ protest? Who prompts her when she speaks to the media?”)

Replying to her, Diljit said, “Oye Bad Dimag Batmeez… Gal HO RAHI JIS MAA NU TU 100 rs. Dihadi wai Keh ke foto paee c.. Os Bebe Da JAVAB Sun Leya c Yaan Dobara Bheja.. Avi gal na ghumaa Hun.. GAL KAR NI BHAJJI DA .. Jod tod Bollywood ch chalda hona Tera.. Punjabi’an Naal Ni Chalna (Go away fool. We’re talking about the elderly woman whose photo you shared and said she protests for Rs 100 a day. Did you hear her answer or do I need to send it to you again? Your manipulations will work in Bollywood but not in Punjab.)”

In another tweet he said, “What school taught you to demean people’s mothers and sisters and call them labourers who’d protest for Rs 100.”

Responding to a tweet by Congress MP from Ludhiana Ravneet Singh Bittu, who has asked Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to initiate FIRs against Diljit and singer Jazzy B among others for being ‘Khalistani elements’ hijacking the agitation, Kangana said he was revealing the truth about “terrorists”. “… Sycophant and terrorists want to divide this country. They are dragging dadi without any reason to set their agenda. Shame on tukde gang…” she said.

In acknowledgment, Diljit let out it was she who strutted to earn something here, and everyone knew she was going to join politics. When Kangana called Punjab “the heart of the country,” which needed to be rid of “terrorists,” Diljit said India was not hers alone. He also indicted Kangana for striving to derail an amicable protest. “You’ve no other work than spitting nonsense 24 hours. What sort of nationalism teaches you to insult the country’s elders? You play the nationalism card every time,” he wrote.

After a day-long online skirmish, Kangana said she abides with farmers. “I am with farmers, last year I activity promoted agroforestry and donated for the cause as well, I have been vocal about farmers exploitation and their problems also I worry a lot so prayed for resolves in this sector, which finally happened with this revolutionary bill,” she said.

In the second tweet, she said she was sure that the government would sort it out. “This Bill is going to transform farmers lives for better in many ways, I understand the anxiousness and effect of many rumours but I am certain government will address all doubts, please be patient. I am with my farmers and people of Punjab hold a special place in my heart.”

In another tweet, she said the latest reports suggest that the talks with the authorities are yielding results. “My request to Farmers across the nation is don’t let any communists/Khalistani tukde gangs hijack your protests. Latest reports suggest that the talks with the authorities are yielding results. I wish everyone all the best. Hope peace n faith prevails in the nation again, Jai Hind,” she said.

Earlier in the day, Diljit had tweeted at Kangana, banging her for her statement on a senior Sikh woman. Kangana had apparently misidentified her as Bilkis Bano of Shaheen Bagh protests, saying that she had joined the farmers’ protests for just Rs 100. She soon withdrew the tweet.


In another tweet, Kangana asserted that Mahinder Kaur was given rise to the controversy from ‘don’t know where,’ not ratifying that she had starred in the initial tweet that she had posted. “I had only commented on Shaheen Baag dadi cos they instigated riots there even that tweet was deleted almost immediately, I don’t know from where they brought another elderly lady in to the picture and now endlessly spreading lies.Vultures trying to instigate mob against a woman,” she wrote.

Kangana has been delivered a legal notice as well by advocate Harkam Singh for her remarks against Mahinder Kaur. In the legal notice dated November 30, he proposed Kangana should have ascertained evidence before posting it on social media and mandated an apology for her tweets. She allegedly misidentified the woman.

Written by Ritik Gupta

His name is Ritik Gupta; currently pursuing law. He has always kept pride as his everything. He deems writing as not like any other hobby but a reflection of one’s intellectuality. He likes to research on the parasitic problems and then lay them down in such a means that can be of assistance to the society. He just not studies law but treats it a controversial weapon to defeat the wrong.

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