Kangana Ranaut falls for parody video and calls Qatar Airways chief ‘idiot of a man’

“This idiot of a man has no shame in bullying a poor man,” she said, referring to the doctored video.

New Delhi:

Hindi film actress and Padma Shri award winner Kangana Ranaut, who is known to make headlines for her controversial remarks, today made another embarrassing blunder calling Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker a “idiot of a man” based on a parody music video.

The clip, which is now viral on social media, was made in response to Twitter user ‘Vashudev’ who recorded himself calling on Indians to boycott Qatar Airways following the massive diplomatic backlash which India received for the derogatory remarks of two BJP leaders towards the Prophet Muhammad. .

In the clip, Vashudev says Qatar had offered sanctuary to painter MF Hussain who he said had “painted nude images of Hindu goddesses”. The same Qatar is preaching to us on the remarks of (former BJP spokesperson) Nupur Sharma, he says, urging viewers to boycott Qatar and Qatar Airways products in response to Indians allegedly fired in Qatar over Controversy.

Another Twitter user then made a doctored video in response dubbing the Qatar Airways chief’s interview to broadcaster Al Jazeera. Interspersed with sarcastic mockery, the dubbed part gives the impression that Akbar Al Baker is personally appealing to Vashudev to reverse his boycott.

“Vashudev is our largest shareholder with a total investment of Rs 624.50. We don’t know how to operate anymore. We have grounded all flights. Our operations are no longer working…”, the doctored video shows the head of Qatar Airlines. say.

Kangana Ranaut appears to have believed the parody video to be true and angrily responded to people who “cheer for this bully”.

“All the so-called Indians who encourage this tyrant to make fun of a poor man remember that’s exactly why you are all a great bojh (burden) on this overpopulated country, she said in one of her Instagram Stories.


“This idiot of a man has no shame in intimidating a poor man, in mocking his insignificance and his place in the world…

“Vasudev may be poor and insignificant to a rich man like you, but he has the right to express his grief, pain and disappointment in any context…remember there is a world beyond this world where we are all equal…. she continued in the following story.

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