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Sona Mohapatra gets angry at Vishal Dadlani: He supported the woman who slapped Kangana, the singer dug up old issues and also used abusive language against Anu Malik

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Recently, Kangana Ranaut was slapped by CISF constable Kulwinder Kaur at Chandigarh airport. While on one hand many people are strongly condemning this incident, on the other hand Vishal Dadlani is worried that the woman may lose her job. He had said that if that woman is fired from her job, he will get her a job. As soon as Vishal Dadlani's statement came out, singer Sona Mohapatra expressed anger at him.

Vishal Dadlani's statement was being discussed on social media. Meanwhile, singer Sona Mohapatra has written in response to a tweet, 'This backbone sits on the judge's chair with a serial molester like Anu Malik who has many allegations against him. And when people like me who work with him tell him to stand up and help by raising his voice, stay away from the toxic culture of reality shows, he says he has to earn money and leave the country. I am telling you, he is a gem.' Let us tell you that in the year 2018, Sona Mohapatra had accused Anu Malik of sexual misconduct. She often gives statements against Anu Malik through social media.

Vishal Dadlani wants to give a job to the woman who slapped him

On June 6, Kangana Ranaut was slapped by a female CISF constable at Chandigarh airport. Shortly after the incident, Vishal Dadlani shared a story on Instagram in support of the woman. In it, he wrote, I do not support violence, but I can understand the anger of the female constable. If CISF takes action against that female constable, then I will ensure that she gets the job. I will wait for her to agree to take this job. Jai Hind, Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan.

On June 6, Kangana Ranaut was coming to Delhi from Mandi via Chandigarh to attend a BJP meeting. She had to take a flight from Chandigarh to Delhi. As soon as she reached the security check, the CISF woman constable standing there slapped her. After slapping, the woman constable said that she was angry with Kangana's statement against the women sitting in the farmers' movement.

In the year 2020, Kangana wrote after seeing an elderly woman who had joined the farmers' movement that the woman is available for Rs 100. When Kangana gave the statement, the mother of that female constable was also a part of that movement.

Apart from a few people like Mika Singh, Anupam Kher, no one from Bollywood came forward in support of Kangana. In such a situation, the actress has expressed her anger by writing a statement on social media. Kangana had written, 'Dear film industry, you all are either celebrating or sitting silently after the attack on me. But remember one thing, if tomorrow you are roaming the streets of your country or anywhere in this world without any weapon and then any Israeli or Palestinian tries to attack you and your children just because you stood in support of the people held hostage by Israel, then you will see me fighting for your rights. If you ever wonder why I am where I am, then remember that none of you are like me.'

Just a few hours after this, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has issued an official press note in support of Kangana. The Federation has demanded immediate legal action against the woman constable Kulwinder who slapped Kangana.

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