Kangana Ranaut REFUSES To Buy Fake Followers On Twitter; Says She Doesn’t Want ‘Too Many People To See My Personal Communication With Fans’

Kangana Ranaut recent responded to netizen requesting her to buy fake followers on Twitter

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Kangana Ranaut REFUSES To Buy Fake Followers On Twitter; Says She Doesn’t Want ‘Too Many People To See My Personal Communication With Fans’
When it comes to sharing her opinions, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut wears her heart on her sleeve. She is often seen taking to her official social media handles to comment on the ongoing issues in the country. Her straightforwardness is lauded by her fans. Recently a netizen had taken to Twitter and requested her to buy fake followers like other celebrities as she is one of the top actresses. They even shared a screenshot of her handle page that highlighted, she had 9.2 million followers.

Being an avid social media user, she immediately responded to the netizens request. The actress refused the suggestion and went on to explain how she only wants the deserving ones to see her ‘personal conversation’ with her fans, not anyone else. She went on to write, “Even if they become less it’s better …. Lord Krishna has said anything of value you must never offer unless asked for … there are consequences to such an act of irresponsibility…” ALSO READ: 'You Are A Terrorist’: Kangana Ranaut Gets Candid Over Adah Sharma’s 'The Kerala Story' Row-READ BELOW

Take a look at the tweet:


Fans were quick to laud her for her thoughts and showered her with love and admiration. One wrote, “Exactly and why need fake followers she is the real person in outer world and inner too much love.” Another said, “That’s what make you different from others. This is the reason we admire you.” Other one wrote, “U always give us reason to admire u more. Kangana.” ALSO READ: Javed Akhtar On Why He Filed A Defamation Suit Against Kangana Ranaut: ‘I Felt Humiliated, It Was Getting Bigger And More Embarrassing’

On the work front, Kangana Ranaut will be seen in Emergency, her first solo directorial project. She will be essaying the role of India’s late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. A period political drama, the movie is based on the emergency period in India during the mid-70s, which was announced by the then PM. She also has RSVP Movies’ Tejas, Chandramukhi 2 and Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda in the pipeline.
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