Sona Mohapatra SLAMS Vishal Dadlani for Supporting CISF Constable Who Allegedly Slapped Kangana Ranaut

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On Saturday morning, Sona Mohapatra took to her X (formerly Twitter) handle to criticize music composer Vishal Dadlani for supporting the CISF officer who allegedly slapped and abused actress-turned-politician Kangana Ranaut.

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Earlier this week, Kangana claimed she was abused by a female CISF personnel at the Chandigarh airport during a security check. Following the incident, Vishal posted on Instagram Stories, stating,

“I don’t ever support violence, but I absolutely understand this CISF personnel’s anger. If any action is taken against her by the CISF, I will ensure that she has a job waiting for her should she choose to accept it. Jai Hind, Jai Jawaan, Jai Kisaan.”

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In response, Sona Mohapatra criticized Vishal for not taking a stand when she needed it, saying,

“The ‘spine’ includes sitting next to a multiple accused serial molester like Anu Malik on the judges seat & when colleagues like me call him to stand up, speak up, help push back this toxic culture of reality shows – saying paisa kamaake desh se nikalna hai..such a gem I tell you.”

 

Meanwhile, veteran actress Shabana Azmi supported Kangana, stating, “I have no love lost for Kangana Ranaut. But I can’t find myself joining this chorus of celebrating ‘the slap’. If security personnel start taking the law into their hands, none of us can be safe.”

Earlier, singer Mika Singh and TV actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee also supported Kangana with a long post on Instagram.

In the recent Lok Sabha Elections 2024, Kangana won from Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi seat on a BJP ticket, receiving 537,022 votes against Congress candidate Vikramaditya Singh’s 462,267 votes.