Hours after Twitter ban ends, Kangana Ranaut calls film industry ‘crude’ and ‘ridiculous’

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Kangana Ranaut is back on twitter. However, an official blue tick is missing from his profile, which fans are hoping will be added to his account soon. Hours after restoring her Twitter account, Kangana posted a series of tweets against the film industry. Calling it “silly” and “crude”, Kangana said that ‘the film industry throws currency points at your face to project success’.

He tweeted, “The film industry is so crude and crude that whenever they want to project any effort/production/art success they throw glowing currency digits in your face like any other object of art No. It exposes their low standards and kindness.” The lives of the deprived they live.”

“Initially art blossomed in temples and spread to literature/theatre and eventually to cinemas. It is an industry but not built for major economic gains like other billion/trillion dollar businesses, which is why art/artists Industrialists or billionaires are not worshipped. So even if artists indulge in polluting the fabric of art and culture in the country, they should do so judiciously and not shamelessly.”

In May 2021, Kangana’s account on Twitter was “permanently suspended” by Twitter after she posted a series of tweets making derogatory comments on the recent results of the West Bengal assembly election. The ‘Queen’ star in her tweet demanded President’s rule in West Bengal after the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC defeated the BJP in the state elections last year. Taking to his Twitter handle, the National Award-winning actor used derogatory words against Mamata.

According to a Twitter spokesperson, Kangana’s account was continuing to incite anger and violence, undermining the value of the global public conversation on the platform. Twitter’s rules under which the ‘Manikarnika’ star’s account was blocked said, “The purpose of Twitter is to serve the public conversation. Violence, harassment and other similar types of behavior discourage people from expressing themselves.” and ultimately undermine the value of the global public conversation. Our rules are meant to ensure that everyone can freely and safely participate in the public conversation.”

After Elon Musk took over the reins of the micro-blogging site in October last year, Kangana expressed her desire to get back on Twitter. Ranaut’s Instagram stories were awash with requests from her fans to retrieve the actor’s suspended account.

Bollywood was divided when Kangana called in 2016 Karan Johar “Flag bearer of nepotism”. He made the remark during his appearance on the chat show ‘Koffee With Karan’.

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