Here’s what Kangana Ranaut hopes from Pakistan’s next PM Imran Khan


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Queen Kangana Ranaut is very vocal when it comes to expressing her views, be it on religion or politics. The actress is known for speaking her mind uninhibitedly no matter what. Just a few days back she lauded India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the kind of work he has been doing so far.

Now that our neighbouring country Pakistan is all set to welcome its new Prime Minister-Imran Khan, Kangana has a message for him too. According to a report in ANI, Kangana was very much impressed by Imran Khan‘s speech and also wished him good luck for his tenure.

When asked about her opinion on the improvement of the relations between the two countries, as reported by Geo News, the actress said, “Hopefully, we can only hope that we don’t have to shed more blood. It’s unfortunate that our soldiers are dying. But, the kind of speech that Imran Khan has given is very nice and I wish him all the best and with folded hands, I really hope and appeal, that we have a really beautiful relationship.”

Earlier talking about how she would like to see PM Modi again in power, the ‘Fashion’ actress had said, “Of course. Why not? Five years are very less to take the nation out of a pit. Our country is in a pit, we need to pull it out“He (Prime Minister Modi) is the most deserving candidate. It’s not like he has reached this place because of his mother and father. He is the rightful leader of the democracy. We have voted him as our Prime Minister. This cannot be taken away from him. This is his well-deserved place which he has earned after sheer hard work. So, there shouldn’t be any doubt about his credibility as a Prime Minister.”

Looks like Kangana is very much interested in politics.

On the work front, Kangana Ranaut will be next seen in ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’, which is an epic biographical film based on the life of Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi.

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