Mumbai: Actress Kangana Ranaut recently took to her Twitter to give a moral lesson to a young woman who entered the temple wearing Kanishdh dress.
Photos of young women who came to the Baijanath temple in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh wearing short clothes were shared on Twitter. There was a young woman in a crop top and shorts, while another shared pictures of her wearing jeans and a shawl.
He tweeted in Hindi: “This is a scene from Baijnath, a famous Shiva temple in Himachal. They have gone to the Baijnath temple like they have gone to a pub or a nightclub. They should not have been allowed to enter the temple in these clothes. I strongly oppose it. If you call me a communalist for such a statement, I am ready to accept it.
Continuing “These are western clothes, invented and propagated by the whites. I once went to the Vatican wearing shorts and a t-shirt, and I was not allowed inside the premises. I had to go back to my hotel and change, informed that these clowns wearing night dresses like casuals are nothing but lazy and lame.
Kangana will next act in ‘Emergency Situation’. She will play the role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the film. He will also be seen in ‘Tejas’, in which he plays an Indian Air Force officer.