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Kangana Ranaut: “I do not belong to any party. Those who are nationalists, I will campaign for them.”

Kangana Ranaut had an eventful weekend, as she travelled from Delhi to Vrindavan for Krishna Darshan. Kangana Ranaut was addressing to reporters gathered at the Shri Krishna Janamsthan following her visit. The actress was asked if she would consider campaigning for the BJP in 2022.

Kangana Ranaut was asked if she would campaign for the BJP in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. She reacted to this by saying, “I do not belong to any party. Those who are nationalists, I will campaign for them.”

During her visit, the actress told the press that she hoped Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will make efforts to allow people to witness Lord Krishna’s “true janamsthan.” Kangana said in a report released by PTI that there is an idgah on the site where Lord Krishna was born.

Kangana, who believes in speaking her thoughts no matter what, further stated that individuals who are “honest, brave, patriots, and talk about the country, they would know what I am saying is correct.” Kangana shared several images from her Varanasi visit on social media. She was dressed in a green velvet floor-length ethnic ensemble and accessorised with matching jewellery.

The actor will next be seen in Dhaakad, which also stars Arjun Rampal and Divya Dutta. Razneesh Ghai directs the film, which is produced by Sohail Maklai. Kangana also has Tejas, who is directed by Sarvesh Mewara. She’s also working on a film called Tiki Weds Sheru, which stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Avneet Kaur.

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