Mumbai The echo of actor Shahrukh Khan’s film ‘Pathan’ is being heard all around at this time. The craze of the film is raising the heads of the people. ‘Pathan’ has earned 550 crores in 5 days. At the same time, actress Kangana Ranaut is not liking this thing. The actress had tweeted about Pathan, to which Urfi Javed has now replied.
In fact, recently, film producer Priya Gupta tweeted a video from inside the theatre, in which the song ‘Jhoome Jo Pathan’ is playing and the audience is dancing fiercely by turning on the phone lights. Sharing this video, Priya wrote- Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone congratulate you on the tremendous success of the film Pathan. Firstly, this proves that both Hindus and Muslims love SRK equally and secondly, the Boycott controversy has not harmed the film but has helped it. Thirdly, erotica and good music also worked. Fourth is that India is super secular. Kangana Ranaut has retaliated on this tweet of Priya. Retweeting Priya’s tweet, Kangana Ranaut wrote – Very good analysis… This country has loved only and only Khans and sometimes only and only Khans. Also obsessed with Muslim actresses. That’s why it is very wrong to accuse India of hatred and fascism… There is no country like India in the world.
Very good analysis… This country has loved only and only Khans and sometimes only and only Khans… and is obsessed with Muslim actresses, so it is very unfair to accuse India of hatred and fascism. .. There is no country like India 🇮🇳 world 🥰🙏 https://t.co/wGcSPMCpq4
– Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) January 28, 2023
Now Urfi retweeting Kangana’s tweet wrote- ‘O God! What is this division, Muslim actors, Hindu actors. Art is not divided in the name of religion. There are only actors here.
Now replying to Urfi, Kangana wrote- ‘Yes my dear Urfi this would be an ideal world, but it is not possible until we have a Uniform Civil Code. As long as this country is not divided in the constitution, it will remain divided. Let us all demand a Uniform Civil Code from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the manifesto of the year 2024. Can we do this’?