Kangana Ranaut: We need to normalise obsessive work culture in India

‘Stop with waiting for weekends,’ wrote the actor and BJP MP from Mandi while sharing a video of PM Narendra Modi
Kangana Ranaut (left) and a screenshot from her Instagram story
Kangana Ranaut (left) and a screenshot from her Instagram story

Actor and BJP MP Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram stories on Tuesday to state that in India there is a need to “normalise obsessive work culture” and that we need to “stop waiting for weekends” as the country is not a developed nation yet and we can't afford to be "lazy".

Kangana shared a video clip of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the staffers of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) after he began his third term on Monday.

"My every moment is for the country," Modi says in the video, asserting that he has promised to work round the clock to achieve the goal of India becoming a developed country by 2047.

Kangana put up a note on the video and wrote, “We need to normalise obsessive work culture and stop with waiting for the weekends and complaining about Mondays memes. That's all western-brainwashing; we are not a developed nation yet, and we can't afford to be bored and lazy at all.”

Before this, Kangana was also in the news after she was slapped by a CISF officer. On the film front, she will next be seen in the Indira Gandhi biopic Emergency.

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