Recently, a Twitter spat between actors Kangana Ranaut and Uorfi Javed brewed over branding actors as ‘Hindu and Muslim’. But soon, it turned into a positive exchange, in a surprising turn of events.
It all started with Kangana mentioning about Uniform Civil Court in a tweet, and Uorfi replying to it by saying that she’s known for her clothes and not uniform. The former Bigg Boss OTT contestant Uorfi too reacted to Kangana’s comments that this country has only and only loved all Khans.
Kangana has tweeted, “Very good analysis… this country has only and only loved all Khans and at times only and only Khans…And obsessed over Muslim actresses, so it’s very unfair to accuse India of hate and fascism … there is no country like Bharat 🇮🇳 in the whole world.” To which Uorfi replied, “Oh my gosh ! What is this division , Muslim actors , Hindu actors . Art is not divided by religion . There are only actors”.
To this, Kangana responded, “Yes my dear Uorfi that will be an ideal world but it’s not possible unless we have The Uniform Civil Code, till the time this nation is divided in the constitution itself it will remain divide, Let’s all demand Uniform Civil Code from @narendramodi ji in 2024 Manifesto. Shall we?”
Uorfi, who is often in news for her unconventional clothes, joked, “Uniform wound be a bad idea for me maam ! I’m popular only because of my clothes .” She later clarified that she understands what is Uniform Civil Code, but was just being sarcastic.
Kangana then encouraged Uorfi to be herself and not let anyone shame her. She wrote, “In India there was Queen called Mahadevi Akka,who loved Shiva her husband before the court said if she loved Shiva n not him then she shouldn’t take anything from him, she dropped all her clothes left the palace and never covered her body again. Clothes and a lack of them.” She added, “Both are self expression, Mahadevi Akka is a shining star In the world of Kannada literature she is the greatest, she lived in forests and never wore clothes. Don’t let anyone shame you about your body, you are pure and divine, my love to you.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, Kangana has wrapped up the shoot of her directorial ‘Emergency’, based on Emergency imposed in India between 1975 to 1977. She will be seen in the role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.