Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, December 6
Mika Singh, in series of tweets, has asked his social media followers, and fellow Punjabi to 'ignore' Kangana Ranaut.
The actor jumped into another controversy over her 'derogatory' comments on the ongoing farmers' protest in north India.
Mika's remarks come a day after he expressed his disappointment at Kangana's stance, and suggested that she sticks to acting.
He tweeted: “I request all my punjabi brothers to please calm down..We are not here to focus on @KanganaTeam I don’t have any personal issues with @KanganaTeam, she made a mistake and faced the reaction. Even though she hasn’t said sorry she deleted her tweet.”
He continued: “Saada intention hain (our intention is) to support our farmers, so let’s focus there. She is crazy, so let her live her life. Beta @KanganaTeam when target soft people like @karanjohar, @RanveerOfficial, @iHrithik or other celebs from Bollywood you get away with it but Puttar ji iss taraf mat aao (Child, don’t mess with us).”
Saada intention hain to support our farmers, so let’s focus there. She is crazy, so let her live her life. Beta @KanganaTeam when target soft people like @karanjohar @RanveerOfficial @iHrithik or other celebs from Bollywood you get away with it but Puttar ji iss taraf mat aao. https://t.co/sWS9WHtTSd— King Mika Singh (@MikaSingh) December 4, 2020
Previously, the singer had said it is easy to pretend to be a "sherni" on social media. He asked her to consider helping feed the needy.
On Thursday, Mika had written in a tweet that although he considered himself to be a fan of Kangana’s, he was against her comments against an elderly lady who was involved with the protests.
Kangana’s comments were roundly criticised by Diljit Dosanjh, Richa Chadha, Swara Bhaskar, and a host of Punjabi celebrities such as Ammy Virk and others.
Kangana on Thursday had attacked Diljit by calling him a ‘pet’ of filmmaker Karan Johar, prompting a Twitter feud that continued through the day.
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