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Entertainment Kangana Ranaut says she has a record of never starting a fight: I will quit Twitter if anyone can prove o

Entertainment After her war of words with Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut and actress Urmila Matondkar, Kangana Ranaut has said that she is never the one to start a fight. She took to social media recently and stated that she is ready to quit Twitter if she is proven wrong.

Sharing her thoughts on her Twitter handle, Kangana wrote, “I may come across as a very ladaku person but it’s not true, I have a record of never starting a fight, I will quit twitter if anyone can prove otherwise, I never start a fight but I finish every fight. Lord Krishna said when someone asks you to fight you mustn’t deny them.”
I may come across as a very ladaku person but it’s not true, I have a record of never starting a fight, I will quit… https://t.co/OQ8VjYQfon— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) 1600363010000

In a recent interview with Times Now, Kangana took a dig at Urmila’s acting skills. She even went on to call her a ‘soft porn star’. She had said, “Urmila, she is a soft porn star. I know it’s very blatant. But she isn’t known for her acting for sure. What is she known for? For doing soft porn right? If she can get a ticket, why won’t I get a ticket.”
Yesterday, Kangana and Anurag Kashyap’s exchange of tweets grabbed the attention. Anurag sarcastically asked Kangana to go and fight for India against China since she believes she is the true Manikarnika. He was replying to a tweet by Kangana in which she had called herself ‘a warrior’. He tweeted, “You are the only one, sister – the one true Manikarnika. Take four or five people with you and fight China. See how far inside our territory they’ve come. Show them that India has nothing to worry about until such time as you’re there to protect us. The LAC is just a day’s journey from your house. Go, our tigress. Jai Hind.” Kangana was quick to react to Anurag’s tweet. Have a look:
ठीक है मैं बॉर्डर पे जाती हूँ आप अगले अलिम्पिक्स में चले जाना, देश को गोल्ड मडेलस चाहिए हा हा हा यह सब कोई बी ग्रेड… https://t.co/N0BwqEExvx— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) 1600355238000
Oh!! I see you having an embarrassing meltdown here, hardly making any sense, anyway don’t want to make it worse, I… https://t.co/CnPtZYZLaf— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) 1600358769000

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