Kangana Ranaut, is always in the news for making bold and controversial statements on her social media. She was even banned from Twitter for two years constantly making such statements. The actress has once again made another bold statement
Kangana took to Instagram, where she shared an interview of the Twitter head Elon Musk, which had the headline “Elon Musk: I’ll say what I want, and if the consequence of that is losing money, so be it.” Kangana claimed that when she spoke against ‘anti-nationals’ it cost her around 25 brand endorsements. The actor also added that she was dropped overnight from the projects which led to a loss of ₹30-40 crore per year.
She captioned it: “This is a character, true freedom and success, speaking for Hinduism, against politicians/anti-nationals/tukde gang costed me 20-25 brand endorsements, they dropped me overnight and that amounted to a loss of Rs 30-40 crore per year…”
Kangana further said that despite facing such huge losses nothing can stop her from saying whatever she wants.
“But I am free and nothing should stop me from saying what I want definitely not agenda-driven multinational companies and their corporate brand heads who hate India it’s culture and integrity…I appreciate Elon because everyone displays only weaknesses, at least rich person should not care for money…I see those more rich they get deprived they become”
On the work front, Kangana was last seen in action film ‘Dhaakad’ which turned out to be huge disaster at the box office. Made on a budget of Rs. 85 crore, the film only managed to earn Rs. 2.58 crore at worldwide box office making it one of the biggest disasters of Hindi cinema. Kangana Ranaut will be next seen in Emergency, where the actress will portray the character of former PM Indira Gandhi. The film is her first solo directorial venture. She also has aerial thriller Tejas, in which she will be seen essaying the role of an Indian Air Force pilot and P Vasu’s Chandramukhi 2.