Kangana Ranaut Visits The Temple Of Maa Ambika In Udaipur And Feels Blessed

Kangana Ranaut Visits The Temple Of Maa Ambika In Udaipur And Feels Blessed
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Kangana Ranaut Visits The Temple Of Maa Ambika In Udaipur And Feels Blessed

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Bollywood’s ace actor Kangana Ranaut recently visited Maa Ambika’s temple at Udaipur and shared the picture on her social media page

Bollywood's ace actor Kangana Ranaut recently visited Maa Ambika's temple at Udaipur and shared the picture on her social media page… She also feels blessed to seek the blessings of the Goddess…

In this pic, Kangana's whole family is seen seeking the blessings of Maa Ambika… Even the Aksht and his wife along with Kangana's parents and sister are seen posing to the camera. Kangana also doled out that, it is the original temple of Maa Ambika and she visited this temple for the first time this month along with her family.

Off late, Kangana also supported her friend Kamalrukh Kahn who is the wife of Bollywood's ace music composer Wajid Khan. He breathed his last a few days ago due to cardiac arrest. Kamalrukh opened up about her the harassment she is facing from her in-laws and dropped a long note on her Instagram… Well, Kangana stood as a supporting friend and also expressed her views…

Kangana retweeted an article which doles out all about the harassment Kamalrukh faced by her in-laws…

"She is my friends widow a parsi woman who is being harassed by her family for conversion. I want to ask @PMOIndia minority that don't do sympathy seeking drama, beheadings, riots and conversions, how are we protecting them? Parsis shockingly decreasing numbers ( cont.)".

"Reveals India's own character as a mother, child who does most drama unfairly gets most attention and advantages. And the one who is worthy, sensitive most caring and deserving ends up being a nanny to the one who keeps throwing fits.... we need to introspect #anticonversionbill".

Kangana questions PMO in this issue and also supports Kamalrukh with her tweets…

Here we can see the original post of Kamalrukh and witness her pain she went through all these years…

This post reads, "I am Parsi and he was Muslim. We were what you would call 'college sweethearts'. Eventually, when we did get married, we married for love under the Special Marriages Act (an act that upholds the right to practice one's own religion post marriage). I want to share my ordeal and my experience in an inter-caste marriage - that in this day and age, a woman can face such prejudice, suffering and discrimination in the name of religion is a complete shame...and an eye-opener."

"My simple Parsi upbringing was very democratic in its value system. However, post marriage, this same independence, education and democratic value system was the biggest problem for my husband's family. An educated, thinking, independent woman with an opinion was just not acceptable. And resisting the pressures of conversion was sacrilege."

She also added that, "scare tactics to make her convert included taking her to court seeking divorce. The harassment from his family continues. I stand fighting for the rights and inheritance of my children which have been usurped by them. All this because of their hatred against me for not converting to Islam. Such deep-rooted hatred that even the death of a loved one could not move."

Hope Kamalrukh gets the justice...

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