Kangana Ranaut girl pulled up for wearing shorts to temple, shares her experience: ‘I was not allowed in Vatican’
Kangana Ranaut has responded to a Twitter user who called out a girl for wearing short western clothes at Baijnath Temple in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra. She agreed with the tweet and called the girl a ‘clown’, while chiding her for ‘wearing night dresses like they’re casual’. He shared about his incident of being banned from entering Vatican City in shorts while reacting to a tweet. Read also: Kangana Ranaut shared moments from Haridwar trip, fans said ‘beautiful’ watch
On Twitter, a person shared a picture of two girls standing in the premises of Baijnath temple. One girl is seen in crop top and shorts while the other is seen in denim with a shawl wrapped around it. He wrote in Hindi along with the pictures, “This is a view of Baijnath, the famous Shiva temple in Himachal. They have reached Baijnath temple as if they have gone to a pub or night club. Such people should not be allowed to enter the temple. I strongly oppose it. Seeing all this, if my thinking is called small or bad, then that too is acceptable!
Responding to the post, Kangana wrote, “These are western clothes, invented and propagated by white people, I was once in Vatican wearing shorts and T-shirt, I was not even allowed inside the premises , I had to go back.” My hotel and change…. These clowns in night dress casuals are nothing but lazy and lame…..I don’t think they are capable of any other intention but there should be strict rules for such fools….
Kangana was recently on a pilgrimage
Kangana hails from Manali, Himachal Pradesh and often talks about the culture of her state on Instagram. She recently shared glimpses from her trip to Haridwar and in one of the videos was seen sitting on the banks of river Ganga.
Kangana’s upcoming movies
Kangana will next be seen in Emergency, which has been directed by the actor himself. She plays the role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the film and her first look from the film shows her bearing a striking resemblance to the late powerful leader. Meanwhile, she has not yet announced the release date of Tejas, in which she plays an Indian Air Force officer. He has also announced Sita: The Avatar and Didda: The Warrior Queen of Kashmir.