Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, May 5
A day after Twitter permanently suspended Kangana Ranaut’s account for allegedly violating social media policies, the founders of Koo app have welcomed the actor to get active on their platform that she had joined in February.
Rival app Koo said the actor was right in believing that the ‘Made in India’ platform is like “home” while everything else was rented.
Taking a dig at the US-based rival, Koo co-founder Aprameya Radhakrishna shared Ranaut’s message from February 16, 2021.
“This was @kanganarofficial’s first Koo. She’s right in saying Koo is like her home while everything else is rented,” Radhakrishna said on Koo.
Koo co-founder Mayank Bidawatka welcomed Ranaut, saying she can share her opinions on the platform with a sense of pride.
Back in February, Ranaut, in her first Koo (as the messages on the platform are called), had said this was a “new place” and would take time to get familiar with.
“…magar bhade ka ghar bhade ka hota hai, apna ghar kaisa bhi ho apna hota hai (a rented house is rented, one’s own house is one’s own no matter what),” she had said.
Ranaut has over 4.48 lakh followers on Koo.
Earlier on Tuesday, Twitter permanently suspended Ranaut’s account, saying she had repeatedly violated its rules on hateful conduct and abusive behaviour.
The 34-year-old actor’s handle @KanganaTeam now displays the message — ‘account suspended’. With PTI inputs