Kangana Ranaut`s twitter account gets banned after commenting about Tandav
Actress Kangana Ranaut who tweeted about the Amazon Prime Video series ‘Tandav’ claimed that her Twitter account was restricted after she commented on the series.
Kangana in a now-deleted tweet said that it was ‘time to take their heads off’, for insulting the Hindu god.
Kangana was informed by ‘chacha’ Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s co-founder and CEO on Wednesday about her restriction of the account.
In a tweet she wrote, “Librus cried to their chacha @jack and got my account temporarily restricted, they are threatening me mera account/virtual identity kabhi bhi desh keliye shaheed ho sakti hai (My account and my virtual identity might get martyred for the country anytime), magar my reloaded desh bhakt version will reappear through my movies. Tumhara jeena dushwar karke rahungi (I will make your life miserable)”.
The trend #SuspendKanganaRanaut was trending on Twitter. Kangana reacted to the trend and warned her detractors that if her account gets banned, she will make their lives a living hell.
“Anti nationals are trending #SuspendKanganaRanaut …. please do, when they suspended Rangs I came and made their lives even more miserable, now if they suspend me will exit the virtual world and in real-world will show you real Kangana Ranaut- the mother of all fathers #babbarsherni,” she wrote.
Earlier, replying to a tweet about how people have ‘stopped taking insults lying down’, Kangana wrote on Monday, “Because even Lord Krishna forgave 99 mistakes of Sheshupala…. pehle Shanti phir Kranti (Silence must be followed by revolution)…. time to take their heads off… Jai Shri Krishna.”
On Tuesday, Kangana had clarified her tweet. “Jo libru dar ke maare mummy ki god mein ro rahe hai, woh yeh padh lein. Maine tumhara sir kaatne ke liye nahi kaha, itna toh main bhi jaanti hoon ki insects ya worms ke liye pesticide chahiye hota hai (The liberals who are scared and crying to their mothers must read this. I did not ask for you to be beheaded. Even I know that insects and worms need pesticide).”
Tandav director Ali Abbas Zafar has issued an apology on behalf of the cast and crew and has said that controversial aspects of the show will be removed.