Kangana Ranaut responded to a fan's remark on Twitter by defending Sunny Deol and criticizing the selfie culture.
A few days ago, a fan attempted to approach Sunny Deol while he was being photographed at the airport, and the actor yelled at him. The video got viral in no time and the actor received criticism online for his behavior. Kangana Ranaut has now defended the actor.
On Wednesday, Kangana Ranaut responded to a fan's remark on Twitter by defending Sunny Deol and criticizing the selfie culture. “Never seen 1st gen stars ever behave such." The fan wrote in a tweet. He added, "It's always the star kids who have grown up with fame & privilege who take this love for granted. Be it SRK or Amitabh. Always grateful.”
To this, Kangana Ranaut replied, “Any one such incidence in isolation can never be an indication of one's intensions or behaviour, and selfie culture is horrible, people come very close to us we get subjected to all kinds of virals and viruses, love has many languages selfies and hugs are not the only ones.”
In the social media sensational video, Sunny Deol is seen becoming irritated with a fan who wants to take a selfie with him at the airport. The actor was criticized for being 'arrogant' by online users who were outraged by the video and gave it a terrible response.
Currently, Sunny Deol is enjoying great success of his recent release, Gadar 2. Fans are raving about how well the actor performed in it. The film, directed by Anil Sharma, also features Ameesha Patel, Utkarsh Sharma, and Manish Wadhwa. In just 8 days, the film entered the Rs 300 crore club and is still raging at the box office.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Kangana Ranaut will next be seen in the September 19 release of Chandramukhi 2. The actress also has Sarvesh Mewara's Tejas, set for release in theaters on October 20, in the works. In addition, she is currently working on her self-directed Emergency, in which she will play the former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The film, which also features Anupam Kher, Satish Kaushik, and Milind Soman, is set to open in theaters on November 24.