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Kangana Ranaut Posts a Video of the Unsanitary Mount Everest Base Camp; 'Save the world from humans please', Actress Pleads

With her diverse performances, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has been establishing herself in the field. Aside from that, she has also been in the news for posting comments on trending topics on her official social media accounts. She took to Twitter once more to aggressively respond to a viral video depicting unclean trash at Mount Everest base camp, days after chastising females wearing shorts at the Baijnath Temple.

She called for the planet to be spared from mankind in response to the video that Citizen Free Press uploaded. She said anyone believes that people are God's favoured species has to get their priorities straight. he further wrote, “Look at this scene you would realise human is probably God’s least favourite, they tend to leave their smelly, stinky, filthy footprints everywhere.” 

Her tweet's comment area saw a lot of support from followers for the assertion. Some individuals said that scaling Everest is a pastime of the affluent and elite, but others agreed with Kangana. One wrote, “They dont even bring the bodies down... people are left laying where they died... apparently its pretty mad up there.” Another wrote, “NATURE IS GOD! And this is what humans have done to the God (nature). When it comes to being God's favourite, humans can never be in the league. Bhārat has a tradition of worshipping nature and we must continue the legacy instead of being disrespectful towards the sacred nature.” 

On the professional front, Kangana Ranaut will star in Emergency, her debut film as a single director. She will portray the late Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi. The emergency period in India during the middle of the 1970s, which was declared by the then-prime minister, is the subject of this historical political play. Tejas, Chandramukhi 2, and Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda are more projects she is working on with RSVP Movies.

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