Kangana Ranaut Visits Ram Mandir After Meeting With NSA, Israeli Ambassador
Kangana is not just busy with her film career but is also actively involved in issues that are national and international in scope.
Her recent activities show her engagement with matters of religious importance, international relations, national security, and cinema.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has been in the news for multiple reasons lately. Kanagana visited the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Dressed in a saffron-colored saree, she sought blessings just a day before the release of her upcoming film, ‘Tejas‘.
She also revealed having a script about Ayodhya and commended the efforts of the Modi government and CM Yogi Adityanath in making the temple construction possible.
Kangana met Israeli Ambassador Naor Gilon. In this meeting, she expressed her support for Israel’s efforts against terrorism.
She discussed the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict and showed concern for the impact on innocent lives. The ambassador thanked her for her support.
Kangana’s meeting with the ambassador aims to strengthen relations between India and Israel, especially during a challenging time of conflict.
2 days ago, Kangana Ranaut also had a chance meeting with India’s National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval. This happened on a flight while she was promoting her film ‘Tejas’.
She shared selfies with him and mentioned it as a ‘generous stroke of luck’, seeing it as a good sign for her film.
Kanagana’s latest film ‘Tejas’ is making headlines too. Set to release on October 27, the movie features her as an Indian Air Force pilot.
The film, written and directed by Sarvesh Mewara, aims to instill pride in the soldiers who defend the nation. The Ram Mandir also has a special role in this film, according to Kangana.
In her statement “‘We deserve a Bharat dedicated to Hindus as Jews have Israel,” Kangana Ranaut is saying that just as Israel is a country mainly for Jewish people, India should be a country primarily for Hindus.
She’s drawing a comparison between the Jewish experience in Israel and what she thinks should be the Hindu experience in India. Her view suggests that both groups have faced challenges and deserve a nation dedicated to their culture and beliefs.