“Before people start talking about how stupid I am…”

Urfi Javed and Kangana Ranaut engaged in a war of words on Twitter on Monday after the former took issue with a tweet by Kangana about Muslim actors. But Kangana’s response, which included a request for a uniform civil code, elicited a rather cheeky response from the model.

After Urfi shared a tweet from Kangana calling him divisive, Kangana responded by saying she had to be divisive as there was no uniform civil code in India. She even tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said we should all ask her for UCC. Reacting to this, Urfi wrote, tongue firmly in cheek: “A uniform wound would be a bad idea for me ma’am! I’m popular only because of my clothes.

It seems many Urfi followers missed the sarcasm as there were several tweets explaining the concept of the Uniform Civil Code to him. Minutes later, the Bigg Boss and Splitsvilla contestant clarified, “Before people start talking about how stupid I am, I’m being sarcastic here guys! SARCASM HUMOR FUNNY.

The tiff started when Urfi objected to a tweet from Kangana about how Muslim actors have always been loved in India. The model wrote: “Oh my God! What is this division, Muslim actors, Hindu actors. Art is not divided by religion. There are only actors. To this, Kangana replied, “Yes, my dear Uorfi, it will be an ideal world, but it is not possible unless we have the Uniform Civil Code, until this nation is divided in the constitution it itself, it will remain divided. Code from @narendramodi ji in Manifesto 2024. Shall we go?”

However, after Urfi’s cheeky response, many of her fans reacted saying that she gave up very easily. Responding to someone saying she “didn’t seem to want to move on,” Urfi admitted, “Kangana se thode panga Lena hai yar.” Cm tak ki band baja chuki hai wo (I don’t want to mess with Kangana. She even cleared the CM.


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