Sonu Sood Gave A Brilliant Reply To Kangana Ranaut’s Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Remark


Sonu Sood Gave A Brilliant Reply To Kangana Ranaut’s Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Remark It all began on Thursday when Kangana Ranaut fired shots at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut for asking her not to come back to Mumbai, claiming that the remark seemed like an open threat to her. The actress shared a news article link which stated that Sanjay Raut had asked her to refrain from travelling to Mumbai after her admission that she feared the city police force more than the “movie mafia”.

Sonu Sood Gave A Brilliant Reply To Kangana Ranaut’s Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Remark

Kangana official Twitter account tweeted,

“Sanjay Raut Shiv Sena leader has given me an open threat and asked me not to come back to Mumbai, after Aazadi graffitis in Mumbai streets and now open threats, why Mumbai is feeling like Pakistan occupied Kashmir?”

While Kangana had the final say, her tweet linking Mumbai to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir stuck like a sore thumb for many stars from the industry, who without naming names, expressed their love for the city.

Sonu Sood, who has emerged as a public hero for many helpless people during the pandemic, tweeted in support of the city. He wrote,

Other celebrities Urmila Matondkar, who also contested the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, wrote,

“Maharashtra is cultural n intellectual face of of Great Shivaji maharaj. Mumbai has fed millions of Indians n given them Name Fame n Glory.Only ungrateful can compare it with POK..Shocked n disgusted #EnoughIsEnough #आमचीमुंबई #mumbaimerijaan #जयमहाराष्ट्र”

Actress Renuka Shahane wrote,

“Dear @KanganaTeam I am all for criticizing Govts. But “why Mumbai is feeling like POK” seems to me like a direct comparison between Mumbai & POK. Your comparison was really in bad taste. As a Mumbaikar I did not like it! Maybe it was naive of me to expect any better from you.”

Dia Mirza said,

“Mumbai meri Jaan Folded hands lived and worked here for almost twenty years. Moved here to live on my own at age 19. This city embraced me with open arms and kept me safe. A cosmopolitan, inclusive, diverse, beautiful city.”

Swara Bhasker said,

“As an outsider, an independent working woman & resident of #Mumbai for the past decade. Just want to say that Bombay is one of easiest & safest cities to live & work in. Thank you @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice for your relentless efforts & service to keep #AamchiMumbai safe.”

Sacred Games fame Kubbra Sait tweeted,

“I was 17, I wanted to run away to Mumbai. At 27, I chose to make it home. At 37, I still live here. I love Mumbai. This is MY HOME as it is to millions. #ILoveMumbai”

Jewelry designer Farah Khan Ali tweeted,

“Mumbai the safest city in India where you can walk alone at 3 am in the morning or take a cab alone at night without being worried of being raped or murdered and @MumbaiPolice does make it safe indeed. Kudos to the Police and @CPMumbaiPolice”

Fukrey actress Richa Chadda tweeted,

“Mumbai is truly cosmopolitan in SO many ways….grew up in Delhi and I can’t explain how much safer this city feels as a woman. It’s the commercial AND entertainment capital. And it has a large heart … large enough to occasionally forgive ingrates. मला मुंबई खूपच आवडते!”


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