Ranaut on Monday left Mumbai for her home state Himachal Pradesh, saying she has been terrorised with “constant attacks and abuses” and declaring that her analogy comparing the city with Pakistan-occupied Kashmir was “bang on”.
Following this, a satire site ‘the fauxy’ posted an article wherein it wrote that Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook has reportedly launched a new feature where people can mark themselves safe from Shivsena Goons. Attack on a Retd Navy Officer by Shivsena Goons for sharing a cartoon is the latest example. However, Shivsena goons randomly beating people has made entrepreneurs make the business out of it, the website added.
Reacting to this, the Manikarnika actor wrote on Twitter, “Thank you Facebook free speech must be protected in a democracy, people need to be protected from Sonia Sena goons much like COVID -19 virus, thank you for being considerate, well done.”
Thank you Facebook free speech must be protected in a democracy, people need to be protected from Sonia Sena goons much like COVID -19 virus, thank you for being considerate, well done 👏👏👏 https://t.co/v2BZYpQdAx
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) September 14, 2020
Well, now the netizens are puzzled whether Kangana is aware of the satire website or acting smart and playing around.
A Twitter user wrote, “She does. She knows it’s a satire she’s being sarcastic.”
“Kangana .. don’t you understand sarcasm and satire. please don’t make yourself look so naïve”, another user commented.
Recently, Kangana Ranaut met Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari.
Following the meeting that lasted for 45 minutes, Ranaut said, “I met the Governor, he is the guardian of this place. I have nothing to do with politics and have been mistreated.”
“Governor saheb heard me like his daughter and I believe I will get justice so that the faith of all citizens including young girls, is restored in the system,” she added before leaving the Raj Bhavan using the back gate. She is likely to fly back to her native home in Himachal Pradesh.