Bollywood’s outspoken actress Kangana Ranaut returns to Twitter after two years

Kangana Ranaut, who has shown her acting prowess in some hit Bollywood films, has returned to the microblogging site Twitter after almost two years. Kangana’s account was banned by Twitter after she posted controversial content following the West Bengal assembly elections.

His account had repeatedly violated Twitter’s policy on hate content and harassing behavior. Violence broke out in parts of West Bengal after the Trinamool Congress won the assembly elections for the third time in a row. After this, Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress accused BJP for violence and arson, while BJP blamed Trinamool Congress for this. During this, Kangana had made such a tweet indicating that she was requesting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ‘control’ West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

Kangana Twitter But after returning on Tuesday, he tweeted, “Hello everyone, it feels good to be back here.” He also posted a video related to his upcoming film ‘Emergency’. The film is based on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Kangana tweeted that the shooting of this film has been completed and it will be released in theaters in October. Kangana’s Twitter account has not got the blue tick.

At the end of last year, Kangana extended her support to Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter. Along with this, Kangana also had an interesting piece of advice for the verified blue ticks on this micro-blogging site. He had said that every Twitter user having an Aadhaar card in India should get a verified blue tick. He described Twitter as a better social media platform from the perspective of intellectual and ideology. Kangana had said on Instagram, “I never understood the idea of ​​verification for select people. It’s like other people have no real existence. I will be verified but if my father wants a blue tick Three to four jokers will dismiss his identity as if he is an illegal person. Every person holding an Aadhaar card should get the verified mark.” <!–


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