Bigg Boss 14’s Aly Goni recently reposted an edited version of Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut‘s latest video. In the video, Kangana issued a warning to those she believed were ruining India’s image in the entire globe. In the original video that Kangana shared on Friday on her social media wherein, she criticized foreign countries for analyzing the Indian government and the way it has handled the Covid-19 pandemic. “India is shown as if its people have just evolved from monkeys to humans. They behave as if a few white people must come and make you their slaves, tell you what to do, how to behave, eat, tell you what a democracy is, whom to choose, you just don’t have the sense to do what is right. So we will tell you what to do,” said Kangana in the video.
In the new version, and under edited the video and ‘kept only the sensible parts’. This hilarious video is unmissable and you should give it a watch. The edited video includes only a few seconds when Manikarnika actress Kangana paused to breathe. The video was posted by Pulkit Kochar and was reposted by Aly Goni on his Instagram stories. The video received more than 50,0000 likes and several comments.
The fans poked fun at Kangana and one user wrote, “This made more sense,” while the other one writes, “Omggg I can’t I had an honest laugh after days.”
On the work front, Aly was last seen in reality show Bigg Boss 14 and post that he was part of several music videos with ladylove Jasmin Bhasin.
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