Kangana Ranaut took to Instagram today to inform her followers about suspicious activities on her account. She has shared numerous reports, distressing images, and videos of Afghan residents on her Instagram stories in the previous few hours. According to reports, someone in China attempted to access her Instagram account, which was later disabled.
Kangana also revealed that her posts criticizing the Taliban’s conquest of Afghanistan had vanished. According to the actress, she had to use Rangoli Chandel’s phone to get into her account. Kangana even attempted to log in again, but she was promptly logged out.
“Last night I got an Instagram alert as someone tried to hack my account in China. The alert disappeared suddenly and this morning all my stories about the Taliban have disappeared. My account was disabled after calling Instagram people I could access it but as I try to write I am getting logged out of the account again and again. Took my sister’s phone to do this story as she has my account opened on her phone as well. This is a very big international conspiracy… unbelievable,” her Insta note read.
Kangana’s account was disabled by Twitter in March this year after she continuously tweeted “hateful conduct and abusive behavior” insults and posts that breached the platform’s regulations.
Later, she posted a video on her Instagram page criticizing Twitter’s suspension, calling it the “murder of democracy.” Kangana has been very active on her Instagram profile since then, sharing photographs and voicing her ideas.
Kangana Ranaut will play J Jayalalithaa in Thalaivi, and she also has Tejas, Tiku Weds Sheru, and Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda in the works. She recently wrapped her Dhaakad shot in Budapest. Aside from these projects, Kangana will direct and appear in Emergency, a film based on Indira Gandhi’s life.