Kangana has praised the government for its decision to join the army under the Agneepath scheme and supported it. Sharing a note on her Instagram story, Kangana Ranaut wrote, ‘Many countries like Israel have made army training mandatory for their youth, everyone gives a few years to the army so that they can develop discipline, nationalism and the boundaries of their country. To understand the important values of life like saving. The objectives of the Agneepath scheme are much deeper than just building a career, getting employment or earning money.
The youth who protested were told to be victims of drugs
Comparing the Agnipath scheme of the central government with the Gurukul method, Kangana further wrote, ‘In olden times, everyone used to go to Gurukul, it is exactly the same and money will also be given for it. It is shocking that such a large number of youth are ruined by drugs and pubg and they need these reforms. I appreciate the government for this initiative.
Kangana has many films to come
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut was last seen in her film ‘Dhaakad’ which flopped badly at the box office. Now Kangana will be seen in the film ‘Tejas’ in which she is playing the character of a fighter pilot. Apart from this, now she has also started shooting for her next film ‘Emergency’ in which she is going to play the role of former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi. Apart from this, Kangana is also producing the film ‘Tiku Weds Sheru’ under the banner of her production house in which Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Avneet Kaur are going to be seen in the lead roles.
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