Kangana Ranaut lost 6 brands after she called farmers terrorists

Since the past, many farmers of the country have been protesting against the new agricultural laws. Today, on the occasion of Republic Day, farmers took out a tractor march against the government, after which there have been reports of violence and sabotage in many places. After this incident, Kangana Ranaut has shared a few pictures of this violence and revealed a shocking self.

Kangana Ranaut has shared her pain on social media by sharing a photo of a farmer, in which she has told how expensive it has proved to be to speak against farmers. Actually, Kangana Ranaut has been writing against the farmers’ movement since the beginning. Now, when this movement has gone violent, she is sharing her experience she has faced after she called farmers terrorists.

Also read: Kangana Ranaut’s Twitter account gets temporarily banned, says – ‘Will make your lives miserable’

6 brands broke agreement
Kangana Ranaut revealed that 6 brands had canceled her contracts after she tweeted against the farmers where she compared farmers with terrorists. Kangana has written in her tweet, ‘6 brands canceled the contract and told me that I have called farmers as terrorists, so they cannot make me a brand ambassador. Today I would like to say to every Indian who is supporting these riots. They are also terrorists, which also includes anti-national brands.

Kangana Ranaut targets Priyanka and Diljit

Even after this, Kangana did not remain silent, she has targeted celebrities who support this movement. Apart from this, she also made another tweet in which she wrote, ‘You have to explain this Priyanka Chopra and Diljit Dosanjh. Today the whole world is laughing at us. This is what you guys wanted. Congratulations.’

Will be produced at court on February 15
Remind you that recently, in the case of dismissing of FIR against Kangana Ranaut, Mumbai Police had heard in Bombay High Court on the last day i.e. January 25. Instead of giving relief to Kangana, the court postponed the case till 15 February for the next hearing.

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