Kangana Ranaut

Kangana on passport renewal row: ‘When Aamir Khan offended BJP government by calling India intolerant, no one held back his passport’

The Bombay High Court has deferred Kangana Ranaut’s petition for passport renewal until June 25, and the actor has resorted to social media to express her thoughts on the matter.

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On her Koo handle, she wrote, “Mahavinashkari government has started my indirect harassment again, my request for passport renewal has been rejected because a tapori/roadside romeo called Munnawar Ali filed a sedition case (deshdroh case yes the irony of it is hilarious) on me by the way the case was almost dismissed by the court yet the court rejected my request for passport and the reason given is ‘my request is vague’ hmmmmmm.”

Kangana Ranaut posted a screenshot of her Koo post on her Instagram stories and further wrote, “Please note, when Aamir Khan offended BJP government by calling India intolerant, no one held back his passport to stop his films or shoots. In no way he was tortured or harassed #JustSaying.”

The hearing on Kangana’s petition for a passport renewal was deferred by the Bombay High Court on Tuesday until June 25. Despite her counsel’s request for an early date due to a film shoot, she was denied.

The bench said, “Her schedule can be arranged accordingly.” They added, “If the applicant was vigilant, she would have given all the details to the counsel. June 25 is the earlier date which we can grant you.”

Following a few statements made by the sisters, Mumbai’s Bandra police station filed a FIR against Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel under different articles, including sedition, in October 2020. The Passport Authority of India has raised objections to her passport renewal as a result of this FIR.

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Kangana Ranaut is scheduled to head to Hungary for the filming of Dhaakad. She’s also working on Thalaivi, Tejas, the Manikarnika sequel, and a film on Indira Gandhi.

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