Diljit Dosanjh slams Kangana Ranaut over ‘Khalistani’ remark, says ‘Punjabis have given their lives for country’

Diljit and Kangana have been engaged in a heated war of words for over two months now

Diljit Dosanjh slams Kangana Ranaut over ‘Khalistani’ remark, says ‘Punjabis have given their lives for country’

Actors Diljit Dosanjh and Kangana Ranaut. — File Photos.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, February 9

Punjabi singer and actor Diljit Donsajh has reacted to actress Kangana Ranaut’s latest statements which she made during an interview on national television.

The Punjabi singer took to Twitter to shared his views, and called Kangana’s statements a ‘drama’.

During the interview, Kangana has said that she asked the singer to say, that “he is not a Khalistani”, but the actor refused to comment on it.

"They sit on TV and call themselves patriots. They talk like the whole country is just for them. Punjabis have given their lives for the country whenever the need has risen. God forbid if there is a need for it today, we will do it again. And these Punjabis prick your side so much?," he wrote in a tweet in Punjabi.

"TV interview: 'You ask me this, I give you this answer.' What is this drama? They talk about the country, about Punjab. They want to push the debate to another angle. You wanna to project us as whatever you want. Wow," he wrote in another tweet.

In a recent interview with Republic TV's Arnab Goswami, Kangana had said, “I openly challenged him to say just once that you are not a Khalistani, he didn’t say it. Youth have been misled, they have been presented with a dream about Khalistan.”

Seemingly, calling Arnab Goswami and Kangana 'Mastar, and Mastrani (Teachers)', he wrote in a tweet: "These Mastar and Mastrani are the ones setting the country on fire. I know it is not right to react to filth. But they keep getting on my nerves. Everything cannot be treated with silence. Tomorrow they will make anyone, anything. "

 Diljit and Kangana have been engaged in a heated war of words for over two months now.

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