Deepika Padukone’s visit to JNU some days back recieved both appreciation and criticism from various corners. Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel had congratulated Deepika for her fabulous performance in her movie ‘Chhapaak through which she raised awareness about the life of acid attack survivors.
But aside from this, Kangana criticised Deepika for standing with ‘Tukde-Tukde’ gang. Talking on this matter on a news channel, Kangana reportedly said that Deepika Padukone knows what she has done and she has been within the democratic line. When asked if she would have done the same as Deepika, she replied with a ‘No’ as the gang is not doing the right thing according to her.
Kangana also highlighted the instance of the TikTok video in which Deepika asked an influencer to recreate her ‘Chhapaak’ look. The actress said, “This act of hers didn’t offend me but it was my sister Rangoli Chandel who is also an acid atack survivor got offended by it.” In her words, it is not a make-up look and nobody should try and achieve it with make-up products. Kangana asked Deepika to apologise for such level of insensitivity.
Earlier, when the trailer of ‘Chhapaak’ hit the internet Kangana praised the effort of Deepika for making a film on such a serious topic and that this trailer reminded her and her family about the hard times they went through when her sister Rangoli was acid attacked.