This is what Kangana Ranaut has to say about ‘Azaan’ controversy

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Actress Kangana Ranaut says she has no problems with ‘Azaan’ but feels what Sonu Nigam said should be respected and discussed.
Sonu Nigam, in a series of tweets, had described the use of loudspeakers to broadcast sermons and calls to prayers by mosques, temples and gurudwaras as hooliganism.
When asked about what she feels about the issue, Kangana told reporters, “I can’t speak for anyone but I really love Azaan… even when we were shooting in Lucknow I loved the sound of it. I’m speaking for myself.
“Be it any religious activity, be it any gurudwaras, temples or mosques I love them. I visit all these places. We even go for Christmas mass.”
The “Queen” actress feels the very point of Nigam putting his opinion on social media was that it should be discussed. “But that’s not to say what he is saying shouldn’t be considered, that’s his opinion and he should be respected for that. And that’s the idea of bringing it on social media so that it can be discussed.” The playback singer got his head tonsured by a celebrity hairstylist in response to a cleric, who had announced a Rs 10 lakh reward for getting Nigam’s head shaved.
The singer maintains that his tweets were against the use of loudspeakers in morning sermons and not aimed at any particular religion.
Kangana was speaking at the launch Aditya Birla Group’s ‘Liva Creme’ where she also walked the ramp, last evening.Meanwhile Karan Johar paid Kangana Ranaut a compliment when he said “she is an exceptional talent “ in a recent interview with Barkha Dutt. But he followed it up by saying “she clearly learned those 12 lines and came”. Karan Johar and Kangana Ranaut were involved in a debate on nepotism in an episode of his talk show. But in the Barkha Dutt interview — which touched on topics like Karan’s sexuality (“There’s no point in saying those three words,” he said), and controversial news anchor Arnab Goswami’s suggestion that Johar was involved in his quitting his Times Now job — Johar said that he “felt attacked” in the KWK episode and was only “defending” himself.
“I felt attacked, why should I apologise? She had an opinion and I respect that, but I had my opinion to give as well,” he said. “She had an opinion, she is an exceptional talent and I have always said that. She has her opinion and she said it. Two weeks later, I was given a platform and I said what I had to. I don’t know what to say, what she meant, whereas I have never crossed paths with her beyond here and there. She decided to choose me, to make her point which is fine,” he said. Here, Karan is referring to another interview, the one in March, in which he said that Kangana was playing the victim card on his chat show.
Karan also said that though he had forgotten to invite Kangana for his last party, he would invite her to his next one.

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