Kangana Ranaut jumps to Elon Musk's defence, calls out current generation as one that thinks 'hating your job is cool'
Kangana Ranaut has taken a dig at the current generation that lives for the weekends in a long note which started with defending new Twitter boss Elon Musk.
Kangana Ranaut has voiced her thoughts over the social media critique targeted towards business mogul Elon Musk and his recent takeover of Twitter . The actress blamed today’s generation that feels ‘hating your job is cool’ while defending Musk and added ‘this generation will never know why five percent of the world's population owns 95 percent of its wealth’.
Elon Musk has been harshly criticised for his take over of Twitter and dismissal of a large number of employees working for the social media platform. Musk has been actively dismissing is critics using the platform itself but Kangana who was a while ago controversially dismissed from the platform as a user, has now shown her support to him in a long note.
Kangana listed down characteristics of all the people who are among the 95% and claimed that it includes people who want easy routes to success and are always jealous seeing the success of others.
Defending Elon Musk, Kangana wrote in the first part of her note, “I see lots of outrage regarding Elon's work methods. Successful people tend to be very hard/harsh on themselves people who work with or for them naturally become an extension of them because they share common goal and they tend to push them to their limits as well, in these woke times hating your job is cool and working hard /sincere is not the quickest route to success...”
Kangana is presently busy working on her next directorial Emergency and has resumed shoot for the same starting Saturday. The actress turned filmmaker is also leading the political drama playing former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The movie takes a closer look at the state of emergency declared by the Prime Minister in India between 1975 and 1977.
The actress also shared her look as Indira Gandhi in her stories to mark the former Prime Minister’s birthday while calling her “One of the greatest women of our time, conflicted, vulnerable and frighteningly dangerous.”