Kangana Ranaut falls for viral SPOOF video, calls Qatar Airways CEO ‘an idiot of a man’! | Buzz News

New Delhi: Actress Kangana Ranaut, who’s an avid social media buff, not too long ago fell for a spoof video doing the rounds on the web. She took to her Instagram tales and lashed out at Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker, calling him an ‘idiot of a man’ primarily based on the viral parody video clip.

In the wake of the present political turmoil within the nation over BJP chief, Nupur Sharma’s derogatory comment on Prophet Muhammad and Naveen Kumar Jindal’s controversial tweet, a Twitter consumer by the identify of Vashudev had uploaded a video interesting to Indians to boycott the airways. He made this video following the diplomatic blowback India obtained for two BJP leaders’ derogatory remarks towards Prophet Muhammad. 

After Vashudev’s video flooded on-line, one other Twitter consumer got here up with a spoof video in response by dubbing an interview of Qatar Airway chief with the Al Jazeera TV channel. The dubbed video is made to sound as if Akbar Al Baker is personally interesting to Vashudev to name off his boycott.

Unfortunately, Kangana fell for this spoof video and strongly reacted to it. She wrote: “All so-called Indians who’re cheering this bully for making enjoyable of a poor man bear in mind that is precisely why you all are a huge bojh (burden) on this overpopulated nation.”

“This idiot of a man has no disgrace bullying a poor man, mocking his insignificance and place on this planet… Vasudev could also be poor and insignificant for a wealthy man such as you however he has the suitable to specific his grief, ache and disappointment in no matter context it might be… bear in mind there’s a world past this world the place all of us are equal…,” 

The actress was fast to grasp her gaffe and deleted her IG tales. 

The controversial statements made by BJP spokesperson Nupur Singh in a TV debate and BJP chief Naveen Kumar Jindal on Twitter have led to diplomatic outrage. Many gulf nations together with Iraq, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Malaysia, the UAE, Jordan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan amongst others lodged official protests in opposition to India over the remarks. 



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