Kangana Ranaut adds yet another feather to her cap, the actress has been conferred with the Padma Shri title for excellence in the field of performing arts. Along with this, her latest and first release of 2020 Panga, helmed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari too is scoring well at the box-office, hence this becomes a double celebration for the actress. While there were wishes and praises being showered on the actress, one of her contemporaries too has sent out congratulatory messages with flowers.
Extending an olive branch, actress Ali Bhatt has sent out a bouquet and congratulatory note for Kangana's yet another milestone in her career. Thanking Alia for her kind gesture, Panga actress’ social media team tweeted a picture of this lovely bouquet and note on their official Twitter handle. The Tweet posted by her team reads, “Thank you so much @aliaa08 for these beautiful flowers. #KanganaRanaut wishes you all the best for the upcoming year and she loved this gesture.” ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Conferred With The Prestigious Padma Shri Award; Says, 'Thank My Country For This Recognition
After the announcement was made of the actress to be honoured with Padma Shri, we at SpotboyE.com got in touch with the actress. In conversation with us, she said, “I’m humbled and I’m honored. I thank my country for this recognition and I dedicate this to every woman who dares to dream. To every daughter, to every mother, and to the dreams of women who will shape the future of our country." ALSO READ: Karan Johar Honoured With Padma Shri; Says, ‘Overwhelmed By So Many Emotions Right Now’
It’s pretty sweet of Alia to do this, considering the bitter incidences from the past when Kangana called her ‘KJo’s Puppet’ amongst several other things. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Tells Alia Bhatt To “Grow Some Spine”; Asks Her If She's Just "KJo’s Puppet”
Image Source: Instagram/team_kangana_ranaut/aliaabhatt
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