Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has hinted at a potential entry into electoral politics, expressing her willingness to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections if blessed by Lord Krishna. She made this statement during her visit to the renowned Dwarkadhish temple of Lord Krishna.
When asked by reporters about her intentions regarding the Lok Sabha elections, Ranaut responded, “Shri Krishna ki kripa rahi to ladenge (If Lord Krishna blesses, I will fight).” During her visit, she also commended the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Union government for successfully overseeing the consecration of Lord Ram’s idol in Ayodhya, a momentous event following 600 years of struggle. Ranaut emphasized the importance of celebrating the temple’s establishment, expressing her desire for the flag of Sanatan Dharma to be hoisted worldwide.
The Bollywood star, who recently portrayed an Indian Air Force pilot in the film “Tejas,” also called upon the government to create a facility that allows pilgrims to explore the submerged remains of the lost city of Dwarka. She described Dwarka as a divine city with a unique spiritual aura, where she felt blessed to witness Lord Krishna. Ranaut expressed her wish for an underwater facility to view the sunken city, emphasizing the significance of the city of Krishna in her life.
In addition to her political aspirations and spiritual journey, Kangana Ranaut discussed her upcoming film projects, including “Emergency,” a movie she is directing and producing, and “Tanu Weds Manu Part 3.”
This news comes as the actress remains in the spotlight, making her mark not only in the world of entertainment but also hinting at a potential future in Indian politics.