CAB Protests: Kangana Ranaut Feels No Sympathy For Protesters, Says Who Gave Them The Right To Burn Buses?

Leela Adwani |Dec 25, 2019

Recently, Kangana Ranaut has finally joined the bandwagon.

CAB Protests have been one of the most-discussed topics for weeks. CAB will pave the way for providing Indian nationality to non-Muslim fleeing persecution in their home countries Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Several parts across the country have witnessed the violent protests since the CAB was approved by the Lok Sabha. This situation has escalated since the bill was also cleared in Rajya Sabha. It then became an Act when President Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to it.

Many Bollywood stars including Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt, Ayushmann Khurana, Rajkummar Rao, and many others have put their two cents in. Recently, Kangana Ranaut has finally joined the bandwagon.

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During the trailer launch of her upcoming film Panga, the actress was asked to express her thoughts toward the current issue CAB and the CAB protests. The star said that who gave them (the protesters) the right to create ruckus, burn trains and buses. She then gave the cost of a bus which isn’t a small amount, according to her.

She said,

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Elaborating further over the same, the National Award-winning actress opened up on PM Narendra Modi. The star called the way Modi fulfilled what he promised is democracy.

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Also at the trailer launch, Kangana indirectly slammed other Bollywood actress including Alia Bhatt and Taapsee Pannu. Kangana opened up on the gender gap in the film industry. The star said she has heard some actresses justifying the pay disparity. Speculations are rife that such women that Kangana mentioned are Alia Bhatt, Taapsee Pannu, and Sonakshi Sinha.


On the work front, the actress is leaving no stone unturned for her upcoming release Panga where she will essay the role of a railway employee and a Kabaddi player named Jaya. The film is slated to hit the screens on January 24 next year.


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