When Chirag Paswan called Kangana Ranaut when she reached the Parliament, she smiled as soon as she saw her, they reunited after 13 years

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has now turned to politics, so it is obvious that she will keep meeting people in the field of politics. Recently, Kangana Ranaut and Lok Janshakti Party President Chirag Paswan suddenly met each other in the Parliament premises. Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who recently entered politics, was seen talking to Paswan during the meeting. Both have worked together in the 2011 film 'Mile Na Mile Hum'. When the two co-stars met after 13 years, the scene was something like this.
Very few people know that Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) chief Chirag Paswan started his career in the film industry in 2011 by working in the film 'Mile Na Mile Hum' opposite Kangana Ranaut. He played the role of a tennis player who falls in love with a supermodel. Chirag Paswan's journey from actor to politician has taken an interesting turn. Both Chirag Paswan and Kangana Ranaut entered politics from the silver screen. Paswan contested and won the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from Jamui constituency in Bihar while Kangana Ranaut won from Mandi in Himachal Pradesh.

Chirag Paswan and Kangana Ranaut reunion

When both of them met in Parliament, Chirag Paswan first saw Kangana Ranaut and stopped her. Both of them came close to each other and hugged each other and then stood together and got photographed. Kangana and Chirag also kept talking for some time. It seemed that the conversation was fun. Both of them started laughing.

After slapping Kangana Ranaut, sister Rangoli raised questions on her security, said- my sister has a strong spine

Kangana Ranaut slapped

However, Kangana Ranaut was recently embroiled in a controversy at the Chandigarh airport where a female CISF constable slapped her during a security check. Kangana Ranaut attributed the incident to the constable's displeasure towards her comments on the 2020-2021 farmers' movement. Upon arriving in Delhi, Kangana Ranaut issued a statement expressing concern for her safety and condemning the attack, as well as expressing concern over the rising terrorism in Punjab.

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