These days are turning out to be really bad for Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan. The actress is really having a bad time literally. Recently the actress attempted to revive her sagging fortunes by joining a campaign associated with the Ayush Ministry of the Government of India. However, immense outrage following her recent social media coverage made sure that she was stripped off this opportunity as well.
Recently, the Central Government had allegedly announced that Kareena Kapoor Khan would join them allegedly as a brand ambassador for one of their anti-COVID campaigns, as sponsored by the AYUSH ministry. This was hotly debated for two reasons, and rightly so.
Aayush Ministry has taken down the tweet. Begum Khan has lost the job.
Congratulations RW warriors for yet another victory. We are on a roll.
And dear ministers of PM Modi, it's the Babus and the intermediaries who are hellbent on maligning your image. Find and fire them! https://t.co/ogxGe0QX3f
— The Frustrated Indian (@FrustIndian) June 16, 2021
One, Kareena Kapoor Khan is a classic leftist, who has been notorious for her vicious anti-Hindu placard campaign in 2018. When the fight to ‘deliver justice to Asifa’ was being shouted at the top of the lungs by champagne socialists, Kareena Kapoor Khan was one of the placard campaigners, who did not think twice before shaming Hindus for a crime they did not even commit.
Apart from that, she was also in the news for her obnoxious demand of 12 crore rupees for the role of Goddess Sita. Whether or not, this demand is actually is another matter altogether, but it was enough to send cinema buffs into a tizzy. Thanks to Kareena’s lifestyle and her Hindu hating personality, people were livid at the very thought of her being associated with anything even remotely Ayurvedic. Hence, they demanded Central Government to roll back the decision, and the Centre did roll it back.
Interestingly, another development was revealed once Kareena Kapoor Khan was relieved of the job. It is not necessary that the government is always at fault. While it is well known that our central government does have its fair share of ministers who have a royal share of facepalms, there are also cases, where the ministers have been alert, but the bureaucrats have played spoilsport. As such, it is necessary that the Central government overhauls its machinery and employs those people who are loyal towards the nation, not just to themselves.