Kangana Ranaut Vs Diljit Dosanjh Twitter War: Netizens keen to learn Punjabi after the intriguing war of words

Diljit Dosanjh was seen calling out Kangana Ranaut for her comment about an elderly woman protesting with the farmers. Later, both the celebs took potshots at each other.
Kangana Ranaut Vs Diljit Dosanjh Twitter War: Netizens keen to learn Punjabi after the intriguing war of words
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Kangana Ranaut has been making the headlines ever since she made a controversial remark against the ongoing farmers protest. The actress had stepped in boiling waters after she commented about a woman from the protest following which she was called out by several people. However, her statement didn’t go down well with Diljit Dosanjh who took to micro-blogging site Twitter to call out the Queen actress which in turn instigated a war of words between the two celebs. Their potshots grabbed a lot of eyeballs and the social media was abuzz with views on the same.

Interestingly, what caught everyone’s attention was Diljit’s immaculate use of Punjabi in his tweets. In the vitriolic exchange that followed, Kangana called Dosanjh filmmaker Karan Johar's "paltu", a "bootlicker". On the other hand, Diljit was quick with his responses did give him a tough fight and asked her not to mess with the Punjabis and apologise for her remarks about the female protestor. While the netizens were intrigued with his stern responses in the counter attack, a major section of Indians were apparently clueless as they didn’t understand Punjabi. In fact, many people even took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to speak about how Diljit’s tweets made them keen to learn Punjabi.

Take a look at the tweets:

Meanwhile, student activist and author Gurmehar Kaur translated Diljit’s Punjabi tweets for the netizens. Here’s a look.

For the uninitiated, thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and other states have marched towards Delhi to protest against the new farm laws for a couple of days. They are currently protesting at Delhi various Delhi border points.

Also Read: War of Words: Kangana Ranaut & Diljit Dosanjh take potshots after actress calls him 'Karan Johar Ke Paltu'

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Anonymous 1 month ago

Calm down bored people - Kangana deleted her tweet which was indeed insensitive. Diljits crass language should not be glorified either! It was mildly put patronizing, sexist and crass!

Anonymous 1 month ago

Agree! Kangana was out of line with her tweet. But Diljit is a crass misogynistic country singer whose language or works doesn’t need to be glorified either - both are shameful. Would he dare to speak up against a man in Bollywood? He knows better..spineless opportunistic man!

Anonymous 1 month ago

Vijender wants limelight. He is out of public memory. Maybe He wants to earn brownie points with Bollywood wallas

Anonymous 1 month ago

Kangna is real Jhansi ki Rani.

Anonymous 1 month ago

isko oldman hee kyu pasand hai pehle mahesh bhatt aaditya pancholi ab kya boloon aap sabhi samjhdaar hai.... BJP murdabaad

Anonymous 1 month ago

It’s very easy to be part of the crowd but tough to stand alone. Diljit, learn something from Kangna.

Anonymous 1 month ago

Diljit and Vijender should man up and fight with men not a woman. All Kauravs behind Draupadi. Why were they hiding in their den when Kangna’s office was being demolished?

Anonymous 1 month ago

seriously? At this time nation is struggling with Covid, economic slowdown, farmers protest and someone is worried about Kangana'd building demolition...True Indian

Anonymous 1 month ago

LOL ... Media Prostitution at it's best

Anonymous 1 month ago

Instead of giving importance to war of words. FOCUS should remain on FARMERS agenda.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Please stop giving mangna (asking for ???) and her sister any attention. Yeh sirf apni rotiyan sek rahi hai aag laga kar.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Mangna.. good one, reflects her true identity of a beggar