Unapologetic Kangana Ranaut goes to Mathura after farmers surround her car
- Kangana Ranaut posts picture on way to Mathura.
- Her car was surrounded by farmers in Punjab yesterday.
- She asserts that she did not apologize to the mob.
Kangana Ranaut has courted controversy often, and now she has put up a post of traveling to Mathura from Delhi to see Lord Krishna’s birthplace. She has mentioned that it is a wonderful day, and she feels fortunate to be able to visit the holy place. The ‘Panga’ actress shared that she was set to see the place for the first time and could not believe she had never been there before.
Notably, the actress went through an ordeal on Friday, December 3, 2021. A mob of angry farmers surrounded her car in Punjab. This move comes after Ranaut issued controversial statements while the farmer’s protest against the agricultural laws was ongoing. She shared a video detailing how her flight from Himachal had been cancelled. Then, as soon as she arrived in Punjab, she was subjected to the mob’s anger. Seeing the crowd, Kangana decided to step out of the car and bring tempers under control. However, once she managed to get out of the situation, her stance changed.
Taking to social media, Ranaut mentioned that she should not be apologizing to anyone. She asserted that she was never against the farmers and thus there was no reason to be sorry at all. The actress admitted that the people did have some grievances and were a little angry. However, when Ranaut heard them out and explained her point of view, she managed to solve the hairy situation.
Further, Kangana was pictured with some women there. However, the Bollywood star has clarified that their discussion was on some other topic. She reiterated that her support had always been with the farmers, which is why she had spoken in favour of the agricultural bill, which the Indian government has now scrapped.
As for her acting career, her last performance was in ‘Thalaivi’ where she played Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa. Kangana's upcoming films include the likes of ‘The Incarnation Sita’ and ‘Emergency’.