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Kangana Ranaut denies connection of ‘Emergency’ to a political party; Here’s what she said

Kangana Ranaut is famous for her bold and clear statements and her statements make waves on the internet. She is gearing up for her film ‘Emergency.’ The actress has denied suggestions that her next film ‘Emergency‘ will represent the Congress party badly. She further denied that the film’s release coincides with the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, denying any link to her support for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under PM Narendra Modi’s leadership.

Kangana Ranaut talks about her film ‘Emergency’

According to Kangana Ranaut, ‘Emergency’ is a historical play rather than a biography. It’s based on the life of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. In a recent interview with Times Now Navbharat, the actress stressed that her film does not support any political party.

In response to criticism regarding the film’s timeliness, Ranaut stated that a person should be judged by their acts, not their words. ‘Emergency,’ Ranaut’s directorial debut, stars her as Indira Gandhi. She said, “If you want to get to know someone, look at his deeds rather than his words. You watch the movie. The film will be released, but I’m not sure if it will coincide with the elections. It has absolutely nothing to do with elections or any political party. I’d also want to point out that it’s a salute to our prime minister, who has been re-elected three times. It is her life tale, for better or worse. As previously said, a woman is a spokesperson in her own right. However, assuming that I have previously supported a (political party) is incorrect.”

She further said, “Maine khud Emergency me Mrs Gandhi ki biopic me kaam kia hai. Nixon ne unhe kis tarah se treat kia tha, ki buri baat media me bola tha aur kitna bully kia tha unko.”

About Emergency

‘Emergency’ also stars Anupam Kher, Milind Soman, Mahima Chaudhry, the late Satish Kaushik, and Shreyas Talpade. The film will be released on November 24, 2023. Kangana paid a visit to the new Parliament building on Tuesday to support the Union cabinet’s decision to examine the Women’s Reservation Bill. She called the day historic and commended the BJP for putting women’s empowerment first.


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