Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has once again sparked controversy with her recent social media post, where she shared singer Shubh’s post and accused Punjabi singers of being caught in the “Khalistan virus.” She went on to suggest that such singers should be jailed for their alleged involvement.In her post, Kangana expressed her disappointment with the Punjabi music industry and claimed that several singers are promoting separatist ideologies, particularly the Khalistan movement, which seeks to create a separate Sikh state in India.
The outspoken actress, known for her bold statements on various social and political issues, went on to say that such artists are a threat to the nation’s unity and should face legal action for their actions. “Punjabi singers are caught in the Khalistan virus. They should be jailed for spreading hatred and endangering our country’s sovereignty,” she wrote in her post.
While Kangana’s statement has garnered support from some quarters, it has also led to widespread criticism and backlash from others, particularly those from the Punjabi music industry. Many have accused the actress of making sweeping generalizations and targeting an entire community based on the actions of a few.Singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh, who has had previous altercations with Kangana on social media, has yet to comment on her latest post. It remains to be seen if the ongoing feud between the two celebrities will escalate further in light of these new accusations.
Kangana’s comments have also sparked a debate on the role of artists and musicians in shaping public opinion and promoting political ideologies. While some argue that art should be a medium for open expression, others maintain that artists have a responsibility to ensure their work does not incite hatred or divisiveness.As the controversy around Kangana’s post continues to grow, it is clear that the debate surrounding the role of artists in society and the impact of their work on public opinion is far from over.