Diljit Dosanjh also broke his silence after Kangana Ranaut's 'warning'! Said- 'May my Punjab continue to flourish'
Diljit Dosanjh: Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has once again targeted Diljit Dosanjh regarding Khalistanis. After which Punjabi actor-singer Diljit has also retaliated.
Recently, Punjab Police started action against radical Sikh preacher and Khalistan supporter Amritpal Singh and his associates, after which Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut once again targeted Punjabi singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh. On the other hand, after Kangana's taunt, Diljit has also broken his silence by sharing a cryptic post on social media.
What did Diljit Dosanjh said after Kangana Ranaut's warning?
Diljit wrote in Punjabi on his Instagram stories, "May my Punjab flourish." The singer-actor has also added a folded hand emoji in his post. However, no direct reaction has been given on Kangana's post.
Earlier, Kangana had warned Diljit against arrest by the police on her social media account. He used 'Polls Aa Gayi Polls' which has become popular on social media after the action of Punjab Police. Kangana warned Diljit Dosanjh in a post on Insta Story, “All those who support Khalistanis remember the next number is yours, the poll has come. This is not the time when anyone used to do anything. Trying to betray or break the country will be costly now, the police is here. Now they can do whatever they want. Want to betray the country or destroy it. This will cost you dearly.
Kangana wrote in another post, “Earlier this Diljit Dosanjh used to give big threats. Its Khalistani supporters pelted trended Kangana for a week, where are they all hiding now? On whose strength were you jumping and now how are you cowering in fear?? Please explain!!.
The war on social media between Kangana and Diljit Dosanjh started in 2020 when Diljit corrected her for falsely claiming that Shaheen Bagh grandmother, an elderly Sikh woman participating in the farmer's protest, is the same woman as Bilkis Bano. Was. A Twitter war broke out between them where both targeted each other a lot.