In the video, Mohinder talks about her association with the farmers' protest and also shuts down Kangana's claim that she could be "hired for Rs 100". Since then, Kangana has deleted her tweets. And she is available in 100 rupees. Pakistani jurno's have hijacked worldwide PR for India in an embarrassing way.
Another singer Jaswinder Singh Dhami, known by his stage name Jaz Dhami, called Ranaut an "attention seeker", saying it was not civil of the actor to insult a citizen protesting for her rights.
"Are you a pet of whoever you have worked with?"
Virk took to Twitter and shared a amusing, edited video, with visuals of Ranaut and Dosanjh's films, where the "Queen" star is shown to regret fighting with the Punjabi actor. The tweet had pictures of Bilkis Bano and a woman marching in a protest. "Vultures trying to instigate mob against a woman". In fact, many people even took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to speak about how Diljit's tweets made them keen to learn Punjabi. The committee's president said that they have sought an unconditional apology for her tweets. "Also I worry a lot so prayed for resolution in this sector, which finally happened with this revolutionary bill".
Earlier, Kangana had a verbal spat with Punjabi actor Diljit Dosanjh over the alleged controversial tweet, which was later deleted.
An epic war of words was witnessed on Wednesday as actors Diljit Dosanjh and Kangana Ranaut tore into each other over the issue of farmers' protest.
Advocate Simranjit Kaur Gill who is a woman activist and part of the lawyers' team along with Hakam Singh, said, "We will drag Kangana into the court with strong hands. Such a low thinking from you, who herself is a lady and celebrity, is not acceptable (sic)", reads the notice. On the other hand, Diljit was quick with his responses did give him a tough fight and asked her not to mess with the Punjabis and apologise for her remarks about the female protestor. And when have the Sikhs bowed down to anyone? He became a star in 2002. "You yourself don't know whose follower you are right now".