Kangana Ranaut explains what makes one an 'ultranationalist' as she posts stunning photos in mango yellow saree

Kangana Ranaut pointed out the difference between a nationalist and an ‘ultranationalist’ in her post.

Actress Kangana Ranaut took to social media on Thursday to talk about her love for India. She explained the difference between a nationalist and an ‘ultranationalist’, as she made a ligation for the local waves. She wrote about how you are an 'ultranationalist' if you try to work for the well-being of the country and its people. Adding that while loving one’s country makes one a nationalist, they transcend to being an ‘ultranationalist’ if all their efforts are directed towards its well-being.

"If you love your nation then you are a nationalist if you are obsessed with your nation, and every single action of yours is directed at its well being every penny that you spend you want your nation and it's people to benefit then you are an ultranationalist #VocalForLocal,” she wrote posting a picture of herself in a beautiful yellow sari.

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Kangana’s love for saree is nothing hidden and on several occasions have talked about how only Western fashion is considered fashion, but traditional handloom is ignored. 

“How beautifully Prasoon sir said, one should not be shamed for whichever kind of love one has. Flags of various colours are being waved, so what's bad in our tricolour? We should not be ashamed about it,” she once said, talking about the love she has for India. 

Kangana was also in the news on Wednesday for her tweet claiming that actors Akshay Kumar and others called her up to praise the trailer of her upcoming film "Thalaivi" secretively. In the film, Kangana plays late former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa. It is scheduled to be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

She is also shooting for her film "Tejas", which is Sarvesh Mewara's directorial debut.

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