Mumbai, March 23. Entertainer Kangana Ranaut paid tribute to Indian political dissidents by singing a tune composed by Kaifi Azmi on the her birthday, that corresponds with Shaheed Diwas on Monday. Expressing gratitude toward every one of her companions and fans who are continually sending her birthday wishes, the entertainer stated: “I am pausing for a minute to thank everybody for sending such a great amount of affection on my birthday. Yet, it is a significant day in our history, as we realize that three political dissidents – Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were Martyr today; I might want to sing a melody composed by veteran writer Kaifi Azmi.” And then she sang the tune “Saans thamti gayi… abdominal muscle tumhare hawale wataan sathio”.
She included: “How it more likely than not been the point at which our political dissidents gave their lives for the sake of the country.” Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were hanged till death on March 23, 1931, by the British Government for the death of John Saunders, a British cop in 1928 in Lahore prison.
Kangana’s sister Rangoli shared pictures that show the entertainer praising her birthday with her folks and family by performing puja. She stated: “Kangana performing janamdin pooja and Kanya pooja, our folks sorted out, this is the means by which they constantly praised our birthday celebrations, navagrah pooja followed by loving Maa Durga as young ladies.”
Kangana’s up and coming movies incorporate the J. Jayalalithaa biopic “Thalaivi”, the activity show “Dhaakad”, and “Tejas” where she plays an Air Force pilot.