Versatile actress Kangana Ranaut once again makes a comment about the ongoing JNU students protesting in the capital. The actress was at the Indian Express, Think Edu Conclave 2020, strongly putting forth her opinion about the JNU student protest, spreading like wildfire across the nation. While many celebs, especially a big name like Deepika Padukone has come in support of the JNU student for the sudden attack on their college campus on Sunday, the actress thinks it should not be a national issue. According to her, this is just two colleges being at loggerheads and nothing more.
Sharing incidences from her college days, she shared of such fights and people lock horning was very much evident even in the past and very normal too. Adding further she says there used to be murders out in the open, hence students causing such ruckus in the educational campus should be taken into Police custody and should be schooled properly. According to her giving 4 tight slaps to such students, will be enough to teach them a lesson. Check out the video of the actress speaking about the same below- ALSO READ: Former JNU President Kanhaiya Kumar Says, 'Deepika Padukone Is Not The VC Of This University'- WATCH VIDEO
She said, “Protesting students must be taken in custody and given 4 slaps. Why is it a national issue?”
Sharing this video clip, the leading daily, Indian Express tweeted, “Gangwar between ABVP and SFI should not be a national issue," says #KanganaRanaut…” ALSO READ: Hours After Kangana Ranaut Lauds Deepika Padukone, Rangoli Tweets, ‘Kangana Believes Deepika Can Be Mediocre Actor But Biggest PR Queen'
Besides, this she was also heard speaking about her upcoming movie Panga. Helmed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, the movie narrates a journey of working women, making her comeback on the field of Kabaddi. Movie releases on January 24, 2020. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Thanks Deepika Padukone For Chhapaak, 'Brings Back Memories Of Acid Attack On Rangoli' - VIDEO
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