Mumbai, August 16
Actress Kangana Ranaut has taken a dig at filmmaker Karan Johar and his newest manufacturing primarily based on Air Force girl pilot Gunjan Saxena, by way of a poem.
“Karan Johar ke liye shayari arz hai…Humein nationalism ki dukaan chalani hai par deshbhakti nahi dikhani hai. Pakistan se war wali filmein bahut paise kamati hain, Hum bhi banaenge lekin uska villain bhi Hindustani hai. Ab third gender bhi aa gaya army mein lekin Karan Johar tu kab samjhega ek senani sirf senani hai. (A poem for Karan Johar…we want to jump aboard the nationalism bandwagon but won’t show patriotism. Films based on war with Pakistan earn money, so we will make such films but the villains in these will still be Indian. Now the third gender has also entered the army, when will you understand, Karan Johar, that a soldier is simply a soldier?),” learn a tweet posted by Kangana’s workforce.
Earlier she had slammed the Janhvi Kapoor-starrer “Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl” through tweets posted by her workforce.
“All n all GS remains a petty film missing the larger picture and essence of a soldier’s life, proving her opponents right who said we are here to protect Bharat Mata but you are here for equal opportunity, that’s pretty much sums up the film in the end Gunjan wins not India.SAD,” learn one tweet.
“Also what is with reluctant desh bhakti, many times Gunjan says in the film ‘I don’t love my nation I just want to fly the plane’ there was no arc to show she fell in love with the country n how she understood the real meaning of uniform!! All she says, ‘papa won’t let you down’.”
It’s not simply Kangana, but in addition others who’ve attacked the movie. A hashtag claiming Karan has insulted the Indian Air Force was trending on Twitter on Thursday.
Netizens trolled the filmmaker for the gender bias portrayed within the movie, which is predicated on the primary Indian Air Force girl pilot Gunjan Saxena, who was a part of the 1999 Kargil battle. IANS