'People come very close to us': Kangana Ranaut defends Sunny Deol's outburst towards fan wanting a selfie

    Kangana Ranaut defended Sunny Deol's outburst on a fan wanting to take a picture with him. 

    'People come very close to us': Kangana Ranaut defends Sunny Deol's outburst towards fan wanting a selfie

    Amidst the humongous success of his film Gadar 2, Sunny Deol had come under the radar of his recent behavior towards fans asking him for pictures. After refusing some women for pictures at an event, another video of Sunny received backlash wherein he can be seen lashing out at a man who was trying to take a selfie with him. While some netizens have been trolling him, actress Kangana Ranaut has come out in support of the actor.

    A Twitter user namely Gabbar had shared the video of Sunny Deol’s outburst towards the fan. He had captioned the same stating, “Never seen 1st gen stars ever behave such. It’s always the star kids who have grown up with fame & privilege who take this love for granted. Be it SRK or Amitabh. Always grateful.” Take a look at the same.

    However, Kangana Ranaut soon replied to the tweet defending Sunny Deol. The Tanu Weds Manu Returns actress said, “Any one such incidence in isolation can never be an indication of one’s intentions or behaviour, and selfie culture is horrible, people come very close to us we get subjected to all kinds of virals and viruses, love has many languages selfies and hugs are not the only ones.” Take a look at her tweet.

    Some netizens agreed with Kangana Ranaut’s statement. A netizen said, “I agree!! Even actors have the right to privacy. It can sometimes get very overwhelming.” Another user added, “and you never know what's going on in some else life, this might because he had a bad day and don't wanted to get disturbed.” Another netizen further said, “I agree with you. Leave aside celebrities, even children are not ready to be clicked all the time. So one must always judge the situation, mood and click only when other person is comfortable. In this case maybe Sunny was rushing for his flight, so I wouldn’t judge him.”

    Earlier, Kangana Ranaut had also praised Gadar 2 on her social media. The actress had said, “No mafia politics, no bought reviews, no fake propaganda, no buying of tickets through bulk corporate bookings, no cartoon looking actors, proper manly hero and proper massy content.” On the work front, Kangana has films like Chandramukhi 2, Emergency, and Tejas in the pipeline.