Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who spoke openly on every issue, has also given a statement in the Gyanvapi Masjid case. Recently, Kangana reached Varanasi for the release of her film ‘Dhaakad’ with Arjun Rampal. While talking to the media, Kangana said, “Like Lord Krishna is in every particle of Mathura, Shri Ram is in every particle of Ayodhya, so is Lord Shiva in every particle of Varanasi. They don’t need any structure. Everywhere Shiva!”
Kangana has been quite vocal about her opinion on contemporary issues. Recently in a conversation with ABP News, Kangana also talked about the ongoing debate on North vs South films. The actress said that the audience is able to connect more with South’s films. The South actor has a strong bond with his audience.
Kangana said, “Looking at Pushpa, it seemed that we knew her. Every laborer was able to connect with Pushpa himself. Tell us our actors can look like laborers? No. So it’s because of their culture and their down-to-earth quality that they are getting so much love.”
Explain that the Supreme Court was asked to conduct a survey of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple-Gyanvapi Masjid complex. The hearing of which was to be held on May 19, today the Supreme Court adjourned the hearing till Friday, May 20. The court has asked the civil court Varanasi not to proceed with the proceedings in the Gyanvapi case. The hearing of the case will be held on May 20 at three o’clock.
It is worth noting that the Shringar Gauri temple of Varanasi is present in the Gyanvapi mosque complex. For which a petition was filed in the court in August last year by five women named Rekha Pathak, Sita Sahu, Lakshmi Devi and Manju Vyas and Rakhi Singh. According to which he had sought permission from the court for daily worship at Ringar Gauri temple. In this case, the Varanasi Civil Court issued an order on 26 April. In which on 6 and 7 May, in the presence of both the parties, Shringar Gauri temple was asked to be surveyed. The survey has been completed, but a decision on this issue will come only after the hearing.