Kangana Ranaut has spoken her view and endorsed it in the midst of the current hearing on the legalisation of same-sex marriage. The actress has defended same-sex unions by stating that when two individuals have “one heart,” their preferences are irrelevant. The National Award recipient went on to call marriage “a bond of love.”
“Jo shaadi hoti hai, woh dil ke rishte hote hai, ye sab hi jante hai,” Kangana said at a recent press conference. Marriage is a matter of the heart, and everyone is aware of this. Jab logo ke dil mil gaye hai, baaki kuch logo ki jo preference hai, usme hum kya bol sakte hai. What can we say about people's preferences after hearts have been united?
The co-writer of the 2017 film “Simran,” Apurva Asrani, hailed the actor for supporting “marriage equality” at a time when other celebrities are reluctant to speak out. “A person 'cancelled' by the 'liberal' media has no right to an opinion, correct? Even if her comment is simultaneously daring, kind, and timely? Speaking out for #marriageequality is Kangana Ranaut. a thing that the majority of movie stars have been reluctant to do. Thankyou, from one Queen to another,” tweeted the openly homosexual Apurva on Twitter.
DY Chandrachud, Chief Justice, Justices SK Kaul, S Ravindra Bhat, PS Narasimha, and Hima Kohli make up the five-judge constitution bench that is now hearing arguments on a number of petitions seeking the legal recognition of same-sex unions.
The actress from Dhakkad has discussed this subject in the past. She previously tweeted, “Whether you are a guy or woman or whatever else, please realise that your gender is of no relevance to anybody except you. Today, we simply refer to actors and directors as actors and directors instead of using the terms actresses or female directors. Your identity is based on what you accomplish in the world, not what you do in bed.
Whatever your sexual tastes are, they must stay in your bed exclusively, Kangana said. Don't use them as your badge of identification or as awards that you wear everywhere. Most crucial, avoid chasing people with a knife to slit their throats because they don't share your gender. I'll say it again: Don't let your gender define who you are. I am a woman from a rural location, therefore I had to carve out a place for myself in the industry of actors, filmmakers, producers, and writers.