Kangana Ranaut Stands By Her 'Pakistan destruction' statement
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Kangana Ranaut Stands By Her 'Pakistan destruction' statement

Kangana Ranaut said that Pakistan ban should not be the only way India hits back rather Pakistan destruction should be the objective

Kangana Ranaut has defended her 'Pakistan destruction' statement.

Post the Pulwama Attack, Kangana had said, "Pakistan ban is not the solution, but Pakistan destruction is".

She was speaking at the India Conclave where she reiterated her stance.

"I think it was very sort of instinctive sentiment that we all felt that time when we were faced with that type of shocking incident," she addressed an audience at the event. "It was possibly the most brutal and most inhuman in centuries, it will always be a deep scar, wound in our conscience."

Kangana went on to say that she "even felt to go to the border and sort of snatch somebody's gun and do the deed".

On February 14th, a van laden with explosives had rammed into a CRPF convoy killing 40 soldiers. Bollywood stars had shown solidarity with the army personnel. Ajay Devgn and his team of Total Dhamaal stopped their film from releasing in Pakistan and also donated 50 lacs to the Bharat Ke Veer foundation.

Kangana got into a war of words with Shabana Azmi post the Pulwama attacks. Shabana had responded with 'May God bless her'.

Kangana also spoke vocally against Karan Johar and Hrithik Roshan. About Karan Johar, she said, "Look at my talent, and look at your movies. I mean, really? He really called me jobless on some platform? I think some people need a dose of chyawanprash.”

Allegedly Hrithik Roshan had completely denied knowing her, to which Kangana  responded, "Talking about this so-called case which never actually happened, here’s a person I have worked with in two films. He is completely denying even knowing me and getting away with it. How does that even happen?"

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