Kangana Ranaut Calls 'Subhash Chandra Bose First Prime Minister Of India' In Viral Video

Bollywood actress, Kangana Ranaut left everyone in shock by calling Subhash Chandra Bose, the first Prime Minister of India, in her first public event.


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Kangana Ranaut Calls 'Subhash Chandra Bose First Prime Minister Of India' In Viral Video

Kangana Ranaut has been making headlines with her stint as she kickstarts her journey into politics. In the past, she is known for her blunt remarks and controversial interviews. Recently, she created a stir as she called Subhash Chandra Bose as the first Prime Minister of India. For the unversed, Kangana Ranaut entered into showbiz with her film, Gangster and won hearts with her jaw-dropping acting prowess. After this, she gave a number of hit films like Fashion, Queen, Tanu Weds Manu and many more.

Kangana Ranaut called Subhash Chandra Bose the 'first prime minister of India', and tried to cover her goof up

Recently, Kangana Ranaut made her first appearance after entering politics as a member of the BJP. She attended a Times Now event, and a clip from the interview has been going viral. In the video, Kangana Kangana mentioned freedom fighter, Subhash Chandra Bose as the first Prime Minister of India. In her statement, she asked where he disappeared. She was quoted as saying:

"Pehle mujhe yeh baat aaj clear karne dijiye. Jab hume azadi mili toh the first Prime Minister of India, Subhash Chandra Bose, woh kahan gae?"

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However, the interviewer immediately corrected her, and said, "Prime Minister nahi the." Kangana immediately covered up her story counter questioned her, "Nahi the kyo. Kaha chale gaye, kyo gayab kar diya. He just disappeared from the face of the earth." 

As soon as the video was uploaded netizens flooded the comments section. One user wrote, "I demand that INDIA alliance should give ticket to Hritik Roshan. Pagli ro degi." Another commented, "How was Subhash Chandra Bose the first PM if we got independence just 10 years ago, according to her ? Shouldn't the first PM be NaMo ? ... She's inconsistent even with her own argument." One of the netizens also wrote, "The funny thing is she was probably given a script. But she probably just decided to go off script to share this." Some even compared her to Alia Bhatt and called it a 'classic Alia moment'.

Watch the video here!

When Kangana Ranaut addressed her 'soft porn' comment for Urmila Matondkar

During the same event, Kangana Ranaut addressed her controversial statement for Urmila Matondkar. While clarifying herself, Kangana dragged Sunny Leone, a former adult content star. Kangana stated that 'Soft Porn' or 'Porn star' is not an objectionable term but rather a word not socially acceptable. She added that in India, porn stars get major respect, and no other country treats them the same way. She was quoted as saying:

"Humare desh mein jitna porn star ko respect milta hai, puchiye (former adult film star) Sunny Leone se, utna respect poore world mein kisiko nahi mil sakta."

Kangana further clarified her comment on Urmila, which she made in 2020, came after she was asked by the Rangeela actress on what basis the BJP was considering her foray into politics. The actress stated that there are different kinds of art. She was quoted as saying:

"I was asked to comment on Urmila ji (Matondkar) asking on what basis was the BJP considering me for a foray into politics. That was her question. I believe there are different realms of art. Sensational art, the one we refer to as massy art, which only titillates or physically stimulates you, that is also an art form. However, that can never be superior to the art that is intellectually motivating, one which stimulates your mind."

What do you think about Kangana's remark? 

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