Based on a spoof video, actress Kangana Ranaut, who is notorious for her provocative utterances, made another embarrassing farce today, labelling Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker a “man fool.”
The video, which has gone popular on social media, was made in reaction to a video posted by Twitter user “Vashudev” in which he urged for Indians to boycott Qatar Airways following a massive diplomatic strike against India over disparaging remarks made by two BJP politicians about the Prophet Muhammad.
In the video, Vashudev claims that Qatar granted asylum to painter MF Hussain, who “painted nude paintings of Hindu goddesses,” according to him. In reaction to the Indians who were supposedly dismissed in Qatar because of the controversy, the same Qatar tells us about the words (former BJP spokesman) Nupur Sharma made, and invites viewers to boycott Qatar and Qatar Airways products.
Another Twitter user then created a phoney video by imitating an Al Jazeera television interview with Qatar Airways’ CEO. The dubbed section, which is peppered with caustic comments, sounds like Akbar Al Baker personally pleading with Vashudev to end his boycott.
“Vashudev is our largest shareholder with a total investment of Rs 624.50. We no longer know how to operate. We have grounded all the flights. Our operations are no longer running …,” the head of Qatar Airlines appears in the edited video to say.
Now Kangana Ranaut seems to have believed the parody video was true and reacted angrily to people who “support this tyrant.”
“All the so-called Indians who support this rapist for making fun of the poor man remember that this is exactly why you are all great.” bojh (burden) on this overcrowded country, “she said in one of her stories on Instagram.
“This idiot is not ashamed to bully a poor man, to ridicule 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 that behind this world there is a world where we are all equal,” she continued in the next story.
After significant mockery, she appears to have deleted these stories from Instagram.