After her Twitter account got suspended, actor Kangana Ranaut has made Instagram her public diary where she is often seen sharing her opinions on certain topics as well as dropping some random thoughts on the photo-sharing app. Speaking of which, she recently took to her Instagram stories to share ‘fizzy sparkly’ thoughts with fans. The actor revealed she was ‘agitated and tired’ throughout the month of April and May and we wonder why!
Kangana Ranaut in her Insta stories mentioned, “Who all can feel a sudden gush of happy feelings, sparkling thoughts and new ideas with the beginning of June?? There is a massive shift in how agitated and tired I felt through all of April and May.. I am hopeful that this fizzy sparkling feeling will sustain” Well, giving a little thought into this and also taking a recap of April and May, Kangana must have felt ‘agitated and tired’ due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, her Twitter account suspension that caused a ruckus on social media. However, the major reason could be her contracting the deadly virus. Somewhere in May, the Panga actor tested positive for COVID-19 and went under home quarantine immediately. Just a few weeks ago, she recovered from the virus.
Not so long ago, the 34-year-old actor shared her most challenging part during her COVID days which was isolation. Reuniting with her family and friends, she shared some lovely pictures with them and backed them with, “Most challenging during Covid was the isolation, it was lovely meeting friends and relatives today in Manali, going to meet grandmaa tom in Mandi…”
Meanwhile, work-wise, Kangana Ranaut is gearing up to release Thalaivi, the biopic of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, J. Jayalalithaa. She also has Tejas and Dhaakad in the pipeline. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut’s Personal Bodyguard Taken Into Custody From Native Place; Arrested For Alleged Sexual Abuse And Cheating On A Woman -REPORT
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