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14/08/2018 12:25 PM IST | Updated 14/08/2018 12:26 PM IST

Kangana Ranaut Is Against The Slaughter Of Cows Because 'A Religion' Worships Them

She also has a bone to pick with 'liberals'.

MUMBAI, INDIA - 2018/07/27: Bollywoods leading actress Kangana Ranaut who has been named as Brand Ambassador of the project, unveiled the project Platinum Vogue at a glittering function followed by a fashion show held at Sahara Star hotel in Mumbai. (Photo by Azhar Khan/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
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MUMBAI, INDIA - 2018/07/27: Bollywoods leading actress Kangana Ranaut who has been named as Brand Ambassador of the project, unveiled the project Platinum Vogue at a glittering function followed by a fashion show held at Sahara Star hotel in Mumbai. (Photo by Azhar Khan/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Kangana Ranaut, who conducted an interview with Jaggi Vasudev Sadhguru at NCPA in South Mumbai, has said that she 'stands by' everything that she spoke that evening.

Among other things, Kangana and Sadhguru called liberals a bunch of 'fanatics.'

Sadhguru had also said that those who outrage about lynchings "have not seen India and are living in cities and endlessly talking about these things." Kangana also said that liberals are people who won't include you in their group if "you don't hate the same people as them."

When it was pointed out that she was effectively normalising lynchings, Kangana, in an interview to Mid-Day, said, "We didn't normalise lynching at any point. If a certain religion worships cows, you can't slaughter cows. I am vegan and I can't see raw meat. I can't be shamed for my choices. If it's a sentimental thing, why instigate people?"

She also said that majorities run the risk of being wiped out by a minority-friendly government.

"The earlier government played on dividing basis majority and minority because the latter sticks together and votes flock in. The truth is majorities run the risk of being wiped out by the minority-friendly governments. Governments can't be partial to either side. Our religions are beautiful, but we must subscribe to nationalism to bind us together. These self-proclaimed liberals are b***ardising nationalist sentiment," she concluded.

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