New Delhi: On the special occasion of Mother's day, actress Kangana Ranaut penned an emotional note for her mother. Taking to her Instagram account, Kangana shared a throwback black and white photograph of her mom.
Kangana wrote in her caption "Dear Mother, When I left home did not expect the world to go dark suddenly, occasionally called home papa asked so many questions siblings had their own doubts but whenever you spoke, you anxiously asked only one thing, What did you eat beta? Who is cooking for you? Where you get your food from ? Mom that always moved me to tears. In the moments of despair I reminded myself no matter what happens there is one person who will always love me and that gave me immense strength to fight and build my own destiny Mother. I love you so much. Happy Mother's Day. Yours, Chotu."
Earlier on Saturday, Kangana shared the news on her social media handle that she has been tested positive for covid-19. Sharing a picture of herself in a yogic posture, Kangana wrote, "I was feeling tired and weak with slight burning sensation in my eyes for past few days, was hoping to go to Himachal so got my test done yesterday and today the result came I am covid positive." Kangana further added, "I have quarantined myself, I had no idea this virus is having a party in my body, now that I know I will demolish it, people please don’t give anything any power over you, if you are scared it will scare you more, come let’s destroy this Covid -19 it is nothing but a small time flu which got too much press and now psyching few people. Har Har Mahadev."
Recently, Kangana Ranaut made headlines after Twitter suspended her account on the micro-blogging website for violating the rules of the platform. The actress responded to her Twitter suspension in a statement. Kangana stated, "Twitter has only proved my point they are Americans and by birth, a white person feels entitled to enslave a brown person, they want to tell you what to think, speak or do, fortunately, I have many platforms I can use to raise my voice including my own art in the form of cinema but my heart goes out to the people of this nation who have been tortured, enslaved and censored for thousands of years and still there is no end to the suffering."