'Kangana Ranaut Should Be RESPECTFUL’ Towards Leaders Suggests Manoj Tiwari, Says Her Attitude Towards Maharashtra Government Is ‘Harsh’!

Manoj Tiwari in his recent interview spoke about Kangana Ranaut and pointed out that her opinions are too loud.

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'Kangana Ranaut Should Be RESPECTFUL’ Towards Leaders Suggests Manoj Tiwari, Says Her Attitude Towards Maharashtra Government Is ‘Harsh’!
Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut is rather vocal about her political views and she often uses her social media handle for the same. Well, the actor has made it evident that she is a supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. However, some seem to be really upset with her comments. 

Actor turned politician Manoj Tiwari in his recent interview spoke about Kangana Ranaut and suggested that her opinions are too loud and she should learn to be respectful while talking about leaders especially. 

In the recent episode of ‘Unfiltered By Samdish’ featuring Tiwari, the actor said, “One should not keep one’s opinion so loud that it hits someone directly. An artist also has some responsibility.” 


The singer agreed to the actor’s advice for Kangana and pointed out that Kangana was right when she spoke for Sushant Singh Rajput after his death, but he also found her behaviour towards the Maharashtra government ‘harsh’, as reported by Indian Express.


Kangana has been at the centre of a controversy over her remarks on Mumbai and its police in the past. She had likened Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and criticised the city police. After Mumbai’s civic authorities demolished portions of her office, she called out Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for “misusing power” and said that her voice won’t be suppressed.

Tiwari reacted to her strong reaction against the Maharashtra government, and opined, “When she used to talk about Sushant (Singh Rajput), she was right. But then her attitude towards the Maharashtra government has been harsh. It’s not correct. You can say what you feel, but you should be respectful and within your limits, while talking about someone as being disrespectful is not the culture of this country.”

Tiwari also claimed that he talked to filmmaker Anurag Kashyap who criticised the Modi-led government on social media. “I called Anurag Kashyap and asked him ‘kya ho gaya’. I tried to reason with him, but then he didn’t listen to me. So, I have stopped talking to him now,” Tiwari said during the interview.

Image Source: Instagram/KanganaRanaut
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