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Kangana Ranaut returns to Twitter after the ban is lifted. Check out her first tweet | Bollywood

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Actor Kangana Ranaut whose Twitter account was previously suspended is back on the microblogging site. She recently finished filming her next movie, Emergency. On Tuesday, a Twitter account managed by Kangana’s team tweeted, “Hello everyone, it’s nice to be here again.”

Shortly after the post was shared, many users, including some celebrities, took to the comment section to welcome her. Her fans also joined them in celebrating the occasion.

Kangana further tweeted a behind the scenes video of Emergency produced by Manikarnika films. She wrote: “And it’s done!!! Emergency filming has been successfully completed… see you in cinemas on October 20, 2023”

In May 2021, Kangana’s Twitter account was ‘permanently suspended for repeated violations’ on the social media platform. A Twitter spokesperson had said: “It has been clear to us that we will take strong enforcement action against behavior that may potentially lead to offline harm. The account referenced has been permanently suspended for repeated violations of Twitter rules, particularly our Hateful Conduct Policy and Abuse Policy. We enforce the Twitter Rules judiciously and impartially for everyone on our service.”

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Later, after Tesla CEO Elon Musk took over Twitter, Kangana amplified messages from fans urging Elon Musk to reinstate the actor’s account.

In Kangana’s next film, Emergency, she will play the role of the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Directed by her, she recently said that she had to mortgage her house for making the political drama. In a post she said: “As I wrap Emergency as an actor today…an immensely glorious phase of my life is coming to its full completion…I may seem to have sailed through it comfortably, but the truth is far from it … From mortgaging all my properties, everything I owned to being diagnosed with dengue on the first schedule and having to film it despite an alarmingly low blood count, my character as an individual has been severely tested… I’ve been very open about my feelings on SM (social media) but I didn’t share all of this, honestly, because I didn’t want people who were worrying unnecessarily and those who desperately wanted to see me fall and give it their all to make me suffer, I didn’t. I don’t want to give them the pleasure of my pain…”

In addition, Kangana also has Tejas, Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda, The Incarnation: Sita, a biopic about Bengali theater personality Noti Binodini and Chandramukhi 2 in the pipeline.

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