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Recently, in an interaction with Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev in Mumbai, Kangana Ranaut described lynchings in the name of cows as "wrong" and "a sad state of affair" in the country. She also stressed on the need to protect the animal. The actress was quoted as saying, "You feel conflicted. You want to save the animals but when the lynching happens, you feel heartbroken at what's going on. You feel this is wrong."
Speaking about the rising cow vigilantism in the country, Kangana also opened up about how a scene in her upcoming biopic, Manikarnika - The Queen Of Jhansi based on Rani Laxmibai where the titular character is seen saving a cow, was changed.
The actress was quoted as saying, "I'm working on a martyr's biopic 'Manikarnika' where there is a scene where my protagonist, Laxmibai, goes and saves a calf. My crew had a discussion, we halted the shoot. They said 'we can't save a calf' because we don't want to look like cow savers."
She further added, "When such a prejudice thrives, as a person you feel very protective of who you are and what your values are, and you want to save all animals and you definitely want to save the cows because the prejudice is really agonising. But (then) lynching for cows takes place and you look like an idiot."
Kangana even took a jibe at the liberals saying that they "are always criticising, and never wanting to protect cows." She said, "Liberals are the people who won't include you in their group unless you hate the same people as they do. If it's for the betterment of the country, you don't mind hating on the BJP. It's fine to believe everything... whatever is happening is being practically done by Amit Shah. But what I don't get is this - what are they (liberals) doing to bring the country out of the pits?"
The actress even questioned the liberal agenda and talking about the Kathua rape case she said, "When a war breaks, liberals are the first ones to say, in my industry people say 'why should we be bothered with war, we are artistes,' to demotivating an army man who is protecting the borders for you, a rape takes place in Kashmir and they say, 'Hindustan raped our daughter,' to be pointing fingers at each other when the country is so vulnerable and trying to break a civil war, is that what liberals do?"