Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has reacted to Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s advice on peace regarding the ongoing war in Russia and Ukraine. The actor took to Instagram Stories on Sunday to react to Musk’s tweet. The world’s richest man did a poll on Twitter on Saturday with suggestions to bring peace to Ukraine.
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Kangana Ranaut is the Queen of controversies. She attracts controversies every other day. The actress never shies away from expressing her views and is quite vocal about her feelings. While reacting to Musk’s tweet Kangana labeled Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky “war hungry” and “Blood thirsty”.
Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram handle to share the screenshot of Musk. She wrote, “Chalo at least Zelensky’s response to Elon’s tweet has made it clear who is actually war hungry and blood thirsty here..”
In another story, she wrote, “Zelensky is indulging in the sympathy Ukraine getting but not responding to the solutions Elon is suggesting…also trying to make Elon look unwoke…and everyone knows unwoke people are cancelled on SM…”
Actually, Musk got the poll done through his official Twitter handle, which was about ending Russian action in Ukraine. He shared many ideas regarding this, on which his followers had to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’. This included allowing Russia to access annex Crimea.
Musk has suggested that Crimea should be formally recognized as Russia. Along with this, the water supply to Crimea should be assured, Ukraine should remain neutral in this matter. Presenting a “peace plan”, Musk asked Twitter users to vote “yes” or “no” on the plan. Musk has also said that Russia would leave Ukraine if the people wanted it.
At the same time, President Zelensky also reacted strongly to Musk’s suggestion. He tweeted, “Which @elonmusk do you like more? One who supports Ukraine, one who supports Russia?” Significantly, the Ukrainian army achieved success on two fronts in the retaliatory attack on Monday. Indeed, in these areas, Russia is trying to challenge all kinds, including nuclear weapons. In its recent breakthrough, Ukraine’s military has entered the strategic southern Kherson region, which Russia has been striving to capture.