Music composer Vishal Dadlani, reacting to Kangana Ranaut’s controversial remarks on the nation’s Independence, at present shared a publish on Instagram by which he might be seen carrying a t-shirt with Bhagat Singh’s image on it together with the phrase, “zindabad”.
Together with the image, Mr Dadlani wrote, “Remind the girl who mentioned our Independence was “bheekh”. The person on my t-shirt is Shaheed Sardar Bhagat Singh, atheist, poet thinker, freedom fighter, son of India, and son of a farmer. He gave his life for our freedom, for India’s Independence at age 23, and went to the gallows with a smile and a track on his lips.”
He additional wrote about different freedom fighters who “refused to beg”.
“Remind her of him, of Sukhdev, of Rajguru, of Ashfaqullah, and all the numerous hundreds of others who refused to bow, refused to beg. Remind her politely, however strongly, so she by no means once more dares to neglect.”
On Thursday, Mr Ranaut had mentioned that India attained freedom in 2014 when the Narendra Modi-led authorities got here to energy and described the nation’s Independence in 1947 as “bheekh” or alms.
Earlier at present, Mr Ranaut mentioned on social media that she is going to return her Padma Shri award if anybody can show that she has disrespected freedom fighters.
Beforehand, a number of politicians have additionally reacted with outrage at her feedback.
Maharashtra Minister and Nationalist Congress Occasion (NCP) chief Nawab Malik on Friday demanded that the Centre should withdraw the Padma Shri award from Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut for her controversial remarks on the nation’s Independence and sought her fast arrest.
Youth Congress staff in Indore on Friday protested towards the identical.
Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece Saamana on Saturday criticised Ms Ranaut for her controversial remarks and mentioned that it’s unlucky that the Padma Shri has been awarded to somebody who insulted the liberty fighters.
Ms Ranaut obtained the celebrated award by President Ram Nath Kovind at a ceremony hosted on the Rashtrapati Bhavan within the capital on November 8.