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Kangana Ranaut was among the many celebrities who celebrated Deepika Padukone’s majestic appearance on the Oscars stage. Her words of appreciation surprised many as Kangana has been a vocal critic of Deepika, even speaking out about the Pathaan actor’s battle with depression and her foundation to help mental health issues in India.
Speaking about Deepika’s Oscars look, the Queen actor took to Twitter and wrote that it was “not easy” to stand on such a prestigious podium, “holding the whole nation together.”
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the actor reacted to all the noise surrounding her comments for Deepika. She mentioned how it is wrong to give credit to undeserving people but it is a bigger issue when deserving people are not praised. Kangana mentioned that while ‘Bollywoodias’ may be doing it, she follows Krishna’s values. Asking people not to think too much, she wrote, “All those who are shocked that I praised DP, don’t think too much, I am a very simple person I just follow Krishna/Dharma and he says kisi ko undeserved credit dena anachar hai lekin kisi ko deserve credit na dena usse bada anachar/paap hai, Bollywoodias may have failed but I haven’t.
Anyone acting shocked that I praised DP, don’t overthink, I am a very simple person I just follow Krishna/Dharma and he says kisi ko undeserved credit dena anachar hai lekin kisi ko deserving credit na dena usse bada anachar/paap hai, Bollywoodias may have failed but i haven’t https://t.co/u4WKhEHmgr
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) March 15, 2023
Deepika Padukone took to the Oscars stage to present Naatu Naatu, which led to a live performance of the RRR song. Her gorgeous looks, infectious smile and her pride while talking about the film and the song left many awestruck. Kangana also praised her by writing, “How beautiful @deepikapadukone looks, not easy to stand there and hold the whole nation together, carry her image, reputation on those fragile shoulders and speak so gracefully and confidently. Deepika stands tall as a testimony to the fact that Indian women are the best”
The RRR song “Naatu Naatu” later won the Oscar for Best Original Song. Composed by MM Keeravani, with lyrics by Chandrabose and vocals by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, the song became a huge hit soon after its release in March 2022.