Kangana Ranaut is going through financial crisis, says – unable to pay last year’s tax due to ‘no work’

Due to Corona infection and lockdown, the work in the film industry has come to a standstill for the last two years. From actors to junior artists and daily wage laborers working on the sets, are facing financial crunch. Now Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has also claimed that due to not getting work, she too has run out of money. Not only this, Kangana said that due to this she has not been able to pay even half the tax of last year. This claim of Kangana has come at a time when she is counted as the highest tax paying actress in the country.

Kangana Ranaut expressed pain in her Instagram story

Kangana Ranaut has expressed the pain of not being able to pay tax on her Instagram story. Sharing a video clip on the Central Government’s ‘It One Pay One Policy’, she wrote, ‘Even though I come in the highest tax slab. I give about 45 percent of my earnings as tax. Even though I am the highest tax paying actress, I have not yet paid half of my last year’s tax dues due to lack of work. For the first time in my life, I am getting late in paying taxes. Kangana further wrote in the post that the government is adding interest on their outstanding tax. However, she welcomes it.

Kangana further wrote in her Instagram story, ‘The government is charging interest on my outstanding tax money, yet I welcome this step. These can be tough times for us individually, but we are all tougher than all of us together.

screenshot

Kangana Ranaut is one of those celebrities who usually give their opinion on every issue. Recently, when the central government announced the free Covid vaccination, Kangana gave her opinion on this as well. Kangana wrote on Instagram Story that if the government gets the vaccine installed free of cost, it will increase the burden on government expenditure. In such a situation, Kangana has appealed to the people that after getting the vaccine, they should donate Rs 100, Rs 200 or Rs 1000 as much as possible to the PM Cares Fund.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *