International pop star Rihanna has been trending on social media ever since she posted a tweet on protest against farmers in India. The We Found Love ‘singer became the first global celebrity to voice support in favor of farmers, who are performing against farm laws. The likes of Greta Thunberg, US Vice President Kamala Harris’s nieces Meena Harris and Amanda Cerny have also supported agitating farmers on different social media platforms.
Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu, who was last seen in ‘Thappad’, also expressed her views on the matter on Twitter. Without mentioning any names, the ‘Pink’ star tweeted, “If a tweet rips your unity, someone jokes your faith or someone shows your religious faith, then it’s for you You have to work to strengthen your value system, not ‘promotional teachers’ for others. “
Kangana Ranaut, who has been vocal about the farmers’ opposition, gave a slogan to Taspe on the micro blogging site. He responded to Pannu’s tweet and called the ‘Mission Mangal’ actress a ‘free loader’.
“B grade Logan’s B grade thinking, one should stand up for a faith motherland and family, this is karma, this is religion … …. don’t be a beggar of free fund … Iss des bo boj … Why do I call them B grades… ignore them free loaders, ”Ranaut wrote.
The Queen’s actress reacted to a tweet, taking another sarcasm at Taapsee. She tweeted, “Her only achievement is a cheap copy, because she styled herself like I started to notice her.” Kangana said that ‘people started to notice the toss after molding themselves like a fashion star’.
A number of Tinsel town celebs, including Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and Karan Johar, told their followers to ‘not come for any false propaganda’ against Indian policies. The Ministry of External Affairs had issued a statement to give slogans to international celebs commenting on the protests of the farmers running in the country.
“The seduction of sensational social media hashtags and comments, especially when taken by celebrities and others, is neither accurate nor responsible,” the official statement reads.