Kangana Ranaut defends Priyanka Chopra after Pakistan asks UN to remove her as ambassador

Priyanka Chopra and Kangana Ranaut are two Bollywood actresses who never shy away from calling a spade a spade and that is probably why when Priyanka is being trolled currently for her Indian Army tweet backlash, Kangana has come to her rescue. Bollywood actress-turned-international icon, Priyanka Chopra found herself in the midst of a controversy, when confronted about a past tweet celebrating the Indian army’s attack on Pakistan.

Priyanka though defended her tweet and her views on the situation. But, her being a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Pakistan’s Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari and many others penned open letters and signed petitions to urge UNICEF to remove the Bollywood actress for her alleged “hypocrisy.”

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Even on social media, the actress was trolled and while not many from the Bollywood film industry came out in support of the star, until now, actress Kangana Ranaut has risen to take the side of her peer, Priyanka. Defending her views over the controversy while admitting that is “not an easy choice.”, Kangana said, “when you are stuck between your duty and your emotions, being a UNICEF goodwill ambassador sure you can’t limit your identity to one nation, but how many of us choose heart over mind every day.”

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Meanwhile, Kangana was last seen on the big screen in Judgemental Hai Kya, co-starring Rajkummar Rao. Before that, she was seen in Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. Some of her most popular works include Tanu Weds Manu, co-starring R. Madhavan, Raaz: The Mystery Continues with Emraan Hashmi and Fashion, also starring Priyanka Chopra, among others.

Currently, Kangana is working on films like Dhaakad, directed by Razneesh Razy Ghai, and Panga, co-starring Jassie Gill, alongside Richa Chadha.

Remove Priyanka Chopra as Goodwill Ambassador: Pakistan asks UNICEF