May 10 : After Instagram deleted her post in which she called COVID-19 “a small time flu”, Kangana Ranaut seems to be waiting to be banned from the photo-sharing platform as well. Recently, the Queen actress was permanently banned from Twitter for her “hate speech.”
Taking to Instagram stories today, the actress said that it will be a “badge of honour” for her to be banned by Instagram, adding that she will remember herself as one who dared to ask questions and “made them uncomfortable”. “On Instagram everybody is a victim of capitalism an entire generation of youth eaten up by the termite of capitalism and consumerism their indifference and disdain for the nation and its crisis is appalling, lack of human values empathy and nationalism makes them ugly shallow and useless.... this platform never appealed to me and I am eagerly waiting to be banned here, it will be a badge of honour,” the Panga actress wrote.
“When I look back I will remember I did not fit in I made them uncomfortable I asked questions and pushed them to go beyond buying and selling when you look back what will you see yourself as? Meek obedient sheep in a herd waiting to exploit or get exploited?” she added.
Kangana Ranaut shared on her Instagram story
Kangana, who has tested positive for COVID-19, penned an emotional letter for her mother on the occasion of Mother's Day. Taking to her Instagram profile, Kangana shared a black and white throwback picture of her mom and wrote: "Dear Mother, When I left home did not expect the world to go dark suddenly, occasionally called home papa asked so many questions siblings had their own doubts but whenever you spoke, you anxiously asked only one thing, What did you eat beta? Who is cooking for you? Where you get your food from? Mom that always moved me to tears. In the moments of despair I reminded myself no matter what happens there is one person who will always love me and that gave me immense strength to fight and build my own destiny Mother. I love you so much. Happy Mother's Day. Yours, Chotu."
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