Diljit Dosanjh can take a dig at Kangana Ranaut, suggests, “Hindi primary bhi bol raha hun phir badh me Google na karna pade” | Bollywood Bubble

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Diljit Dosanjh and Kangana Ranaut have been earning headlines these days after their spat on Twitter.  The two were seen locking horns on the micro-running a blog website over the current farmer’s protest. The actress was brutally bashed by the singer following she misidentified an old woman and mentioned she is obtainable for Rs 100.

Now, Diljit was found taking a dig at Kangana in his speech and mentioned, “Hindi most important bhi bol raha hun phir badh me Google na karna pade”

Diljit came out in assist of the farmers just lately and he was viewed offering a speech when he took a dig at Kangana and explained, “I want to urge the federal government to accept the demand from customers of farmers. I would also like to urge the media to assist us, these farmers are sitting down peacefully with their needs, make sure you exhibit that and aid us.”

He even more additional, “I want to say to the government- Do not divert from the challenges. There is no other dialogue heading on in this article apart from that related to farmers. Regardless of what the farmers want, the authorities ought to take. All are sitting peacefully. There is no communicate of bloodshed. Anyone twists [facts] on Twitter.” Diljit also explained,“Hindi mein bhi bol raha hun, taaki Google na karna pade. Primary Countrywide media se ask for karta hun ki jo ho raha hai wahi dikhayein. Sab peacefully baithe hain aur inki demands suni jaayein”

Meanwhile, Kangana experienced identified as Diljit ‘Karan Johar Ka paltu’ and other names when Diljit experienced bombarded her with tweets inquiring her to continue to be on observe and not malign the popularity of the mothers of Punjab.  Apart from Diljit, Kangana was also bashed by Mika Singh, Prince Narula, Himanshi Khurana and Vijender Singh.

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