Kangana Ranaut says ‘If Lord Krishna blesses, I will fight’ for Lok Sabhatext_fields
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut hinted at a potential entry into electoral politics, expressing her willingness to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections if blessed by Lord Krishna. Ranaut, known for her bold statements, made these remarks during a visit to the Dwarkadhish temple of Lord Krishna.
When questioned by reporters about her political aspirations, the acclaimed actor responded, "Shri Krishna ki kripa rahi to ladenge (If Lord Krishna blesses, I will fight)." Ranaut commended the BJP-led Union government for its efforts in the consecration of Lord Ram's idol at Ayodhya, describing it as a historic moment after 600 years of struggle.
The Bollywood diva, who recently portrayed an Indian Air Force pilot in the film Tejas, expressed her desire for the government to create a facility allowing pilgrims to visit the remains of the lost city of Dwarka, submerged under the sea.
She emphasized the divine nature of Dwarka and urged for underwater exploration to witness the city's remains.
"I always say that Dwarka is a divine city. Everything here is amazing. Dwarkadhish is present in every particle. I become blessed when we see Him," Ranaut shared with reporters, expressing her spiritual connection to the sacred site.
In addition to her political aspirations, the actor also discussed her upcoming film projects, including "Emergency," a film she is directing and producing, and "Tanu Weds Manu Part 3."