After a few humans got burdened by her praise for Deepika Padukone, Kangana Ranaut made another tweet approximately the actor. After Deepika Padukone’s Oscars look, Kangana praised the actor for looking lovely on stage and gracefully representing India. This got here after Kangana had previously criticized Deepika for her paintings in intellectual health consciousness, calling her film Gehraiyaan ‘trash’ and extra.
Taking to Twitter, Kangana addressed the ones taken aback by using her tweet. “All those acting shocked that I praised DP, don’t overthink, I am a very simple person I just follow Krishna/Dharma n he says kisi ko undeserving credit dena anachar hai lekin kisi ko deserving credit na dena usse bada anachar/paap hai (Giving credit to someone undeserving is bad but not giving credit someone deserving is worse), bollywoodias may have failed but I haven’t,” she wrote.
In her unique message, Kangana wrote, “How beautiful @deepikapadukone looks, not easy to stand there holding entire nation together, carrying its image, reputation on those delicate shoulders and speaking so graciously and confidently. Deepika stands tall as a testimony to the fact that Indian women are the best”
How beautiful @deepikapadukone looks, not easy to stand there holding entire nation together, carrying its image, reputation on those delicate shoulders and speaking so graciously and confidently. Deepika stands tall as a testimony to the fact that Indian women are the best ❤️🇮🇳 https://t.co/KsrADwxrPT
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) March 13, 2023
On Monday, Deepika offered RRR’s Naatu Naatu on the Oscars level. She won praise from all quarters for her graceful presentation and for looking stunning in her Louis Vuitton gown. She stated on stage, “An irresistibly catchy chorus, electrifying beats, and killer dance movements to match have made this tune an international sensation. It plays at some stage in a pivotal scene in ‘RRR,’ a movie approximately the friendship among actual-life Indian revolutionaries Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem. In addition to being sung in Telugu and illustrating the movie’s anti-colonialist themes, it is also a total banger!”