One of the players who deliberately invite controversies has now come Kangana Ranaut. Following her ban on Twitter, Kangana chose Instagram as a medium to share her thoughts – which generated a stir usually.
Kangana Ranaut recently expressed her desire to rename India to ‘Bharat.’ In a long post, Tejas actor explained her views on it and claimed that Bharat was given the Indian name by British and was also tagged as a slave name.
She shared a screenshot of her Koo account in one of Kangana Ranaut’s posts. It reads, “The soul of our grand civilisation cannot arise unless India is rooted in its ancient spirituality and wisdom.
Our world will look at us and we will emerge as a global leader if we increase our urban growth but do not have a cheap copy of the western world and remain strongly rooted in Vedas, Geeta and Yoga.
Kangana explained in a follow-up post why India should be renamed ‘Bharat’ “Which literally means east of Indus River, the British gave us slaves name India. You would really call a little baby a little nose or a second born section C or worse.
What’s that type of name? That’s so basic. Let me say Bharat’s meaning to you. The words BH (bhav), Ra (rag) and Ta consist of three Sanskrit words (tal). Yes, that’s what we were before we were enslaved, the civilization that evolved culturally and aesthetically.
Each name has a vibration and the British knew it they gave not only new names to places, but also important monuments and people. Let’s begin by the name Bharat,” Kangana Ranaut wrote.
We must recover our lost glory. Kangana Ranaut says that India is ‘a slave name of the British,’ which therefore has to be substituted with Bharat. Netizens quickly slam Kangana, as one of the user wrote.
But who will tell her that there was no India nor Bharat before the British? The following film is on the front, the biopic of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalitha. Kangana Ranaut takes place in Thalaivi. This film has a U censor certificate from the Tamil version.