Kangana Ranaut expresses her gratitude towards Swami Vivekananda on his 158th birth anniversary!

Rajasi Nagwekar
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Kangana Ranaut is the prominent name in the Bollywood industry. The actress has given powerpacked performance in each films and entertained the audience. The Manikarnika actress is highly active on social media. She keeps her fans updated with whatever she does. She is outspoken in the press and the opinions she has voiced.

Today marks the 158th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. He was a chief disciple of the 19th-century Indian mystic Ramakrishna. He is best known for his speech which began with the words “Sisters and brothers of America ….”. On the account of 158th birthday anniversary of of late Indian monk Swami Vivekananda, Kangana Ranaut took to her social media account to express her gratitude.

She wrote, “When I was lost you found me, when I had no where to go you held my hand, when I was disillusioned by the world had no hope you gave me purpose. There is no being no God higher than you my Guru, you own every bit of my being…. #NationalYouthDay #SwamiVivekanandJayanti”.

Along with it she posted a picture of late Swami Vivekananda in which he is seen clad in orange coloured traditional outfits and a turban on his head. Swami introduced Hinduism at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago in 1893.

On the work front Kangana will be next seen in upcoming action entertainer ‘Dhaakad’, ‘Thalaivi’, which is a biopic on politician Jayalalithaa and ‘Tejas’ where she will be seen essaying the role of an Air Force officer in this venture.