Showbiz Diary: Kangana's Anger, Who's Back on the Parda Sami and Salman Khan's New Skill



Protests are continuing in the United States after a white police officer killed a black man. When celebrities around the world voiced their views on the incident, even the biggest stars of Bollywood tried to wash their hands in Bahati Ganga and were forced to troll.

Among these big men, Priyanka Chopra, also known as Pardesi Girl, is at the forefront. Besides Deepika Padukone, Disha Patani, Tiger Shroff, Karan Johar, Kareena Kapoor, to name a few.

Priyanka wrote in a very emotional way on her Twitter handle, "Where is the justice in killing someone because of her color?" People do not like social media that these Bollywood celebrities are social injustice in their own country. Why don't you speak out against it?



When it comes to black rights, some consumers have tagged Priyanka Chopra's statements and advised her to apply whitening cream and others for realizing the ongoing religious and social injustice in India. Question their silence.

It is important to speak out against human rights violations, no matter who they are or who they are against. Similarly, when Deepika was forced to express solidarity with Delhi University students, she was sentenced to the boycott of her 'Champak' movie.

But actress Kangana Ranaut gave a slogan to all of these personalities, citing the example of a monk in India being killed by a mob and saying that people are silent in such cases.

Kangana says this is Bollywood's double standard. Just as Kangana's sister Rangoli recently made religious and inflammatory tweets on Indian Muslims after her Twitter account was canceled.

At the time, Kangana didn't feel the need to kick her sister for vomiting poison against a certain group, and if there were incidents that killed many groups, why did only one incident hurt Kangana's heart?

Actor Abhay Deol also expressed his views. He said that the Bollywood people are in favor of the events taking place in the US but no one has spoken publicly about what happens to the workers during the lockout in India.

Currently, Bollywood has deposited crores of rupees, whether they like it or not, in the entire Modiji 'Modi Care Fund', and poor Sono Sood is working day and night in the service of these activists...

Personality of the Week We will talk about former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen who won the title of Miss Universe in 1994 and made a name for herself in fashion, modeling and Bollywood.

Sushmita is back on screen

Former Hasina Kayanat Sushmita Sen has long been turning to films but with web series. Giving a glimpse of the new series 'Arya' on Instagram, she wrote, "You called and we left." Sushmita was last seen on the big screen in the 2015 Bengali film Norfolk.

The trailer for the series is set to be released on June 5th. Though Sushmita is away from movies, she is constantly in touch with her fans through social media. Recently, Sushmita was seen reciting a poem from the Quran during a live session on social media with her fans.

Salman Khan

Salman Khan will always be on hold

Actor Salman Khan once made a mockery of his student and friend Hamesh Reshammie and asked him why he wants to do food, songs, food, music, and writing.

Today Salman himself is following the same path. He is a hero as well as a producer, he sings, writes, and paints, and now he is writing a story about being a producer.

If he is fuming that he is the son of writer Salim Khan, he has the talent to write the story, but don't stalk others.

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