Kangana Ranaut Brutally Trolled for Wearing Plunging Neckline Dress; Netizens call her “Hypocrite”

Kangana Ranaut is known for her controversial remarks against our film industry. Time and again, we can see her slamming our Bollywood industry and fashion. Kangana was trolling and criticizing westernization and airport looks few days back but it seems like her inner fashionista could not control herself. 

Recently Kangana wore a deep plunging neck neckline dress and netizens brutally trolled her for being a hypocrite. Kangana Ranaut slayed in a stunning dress designed by Gauri and Nainika. She celebrated the alleged success of her movie Tiku weds Sheru. The celebrations were attended by Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Avneet Kaur, Vishal Jethwa and other celebrities. 

She posted the picture of her gorgeous look on Instagram and put a caption “Mom said there is a time to play and there is a time to study ha ha my saying is there is a time to work and there is a time to party … Especially when @manikarnikafilms first production becomes a super hit, it’s time for a grand party 🎉 #tikuwedssheru #nawajuddinsiddhiqui #avneetkaur”

After seeing the post, netizens started trolling Kangana brutally for her hypocrite remarks on western clothes. 

A user commented “Oh bhartiy naari.bideshi ho gyi”.

Another wrote “Fir yeh khegi mein hun bharti mein sirf bharat ke sanskriti ke anusaar kapde daalti hu . Yeh h bhartiye sanskriti. Heights of hipocracy. Yeh nepostism bol bolke hmme pagal bnaari h bollywood wale isko movie ni dete yeh isliye onhe badnaam krti h. Ek no. Ki juthi h yeh aurat. Kabhi kisaan andolan ko glt khti h its high time to cancel her @kanganaranaut”

This wasn’t enough, a third user slammed her and wrote “Tu Twitter me sati Savitri or insta me nanggi kese ho jati hi @kanganaranaut”

Amidst all the backlash, one of the netizens commented “Waah, ye hai bharitya naari”.

Few days back, Kangana claimed that she introduced airport looks in bollywood. She tweeted “Fashion brands make you work for them for free by just sending clothes and bags…they start to hijack cultures and tradition of an entire civilisation. Bye bye airport looks we have gone past that phase. Now it’s time even if I buy one piece of clothing, I ask myself how many Indians benefit from this!”

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