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Kangana Ranaut dubs Meghan-Harry interview as ‘sass, bahu, sajish stuff’; says Queen Elizabeth II “saved the crown better than any son could have” – Eagles Vine

‘QUEEN’ actress Kangana Ranaut has come out in support of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, days after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey sent shockwaves around the world.
Besides saying that she didn’t watch the bombshell interview, “as sass, bahu, sajish type stuff never excites me,” she went on to vehemently defend the Queen and her legacy.

Calling the interview a ‘one-sided story’, she slammed haters saying, “For few past days, people gossiped, judged, online lynched a family based on one-sided story at the cost of a family.”

“I never saw the interview as sass, bahu, sajish type stuff never excites me. All I want to say is one woman the only ruling Monarch left on this globe may not be an ideal MIL/wife/sister, but she is a great Queen,” she wrote in a tweet.

Praising the Queen for defending the crown and carrying on her father’s legacy better than any son could have, Ranaut wrote, “She carried forward her father’s dream, saved the crown better than any son could have. We can’t play every role to perfection even if we excel at one should be enough. She saved the crown. Let her retire like a Queen.”

Amidst allegations of racism within the royal family, Prince William spoke up during a recent public appearance and said Britain’s royal family is “very much not racist”.

William, the Duke of Cambridge, also revealed that he had not spoken to his younger brother Harry since the interview was first broadcast over the weekend but plans to do so.

The 38-year-old second in line to the British throne was joined by wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge when he was asked by reporters about the controversy that has dominated UK media headlines ever since Harry and Meghan revealed that an unnamed royal had raised concerns about their mixed-race son Archie’s skin colour.

“We are very much not a racist family,” said Prince William.

Buckingham Palace also issued a rare statement issued earlier this week and addressed the issues raised during the interview, particularly that of race. “Whilst some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately,” read the statement.

It also indicated that Queen Elizabeth II was “saddened” to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years had been for her grandson and his wife.


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