Renuka Shahane is one of the finest and very popular actresses of Indian Television and Cinema. She has been pretty vocal on various issues and is one of those celebrities who don’t like to mince their words or rather speak their hearts out whenever they feel the need to do so.
Renuka is also quite active on social media networks, especially on the micro-blogging site Twitter and recently, she didn’t miss the opportunity to correct one of her fans who wrote a word incorrectly which changed the meaning of the whole sentence.
A Twitter user wrote to Renuka that she is just dam actress.
Your just dam actress
— Nitin Bhaigade (@BhaigadeNitin) December 17, 2019
The word dam is incorrect here as it should have been damn; the actress wrote that the user must have meant damn and not dam as the latter is built over rivers and helps in production of electricity. Renuka says that she can’t be a dam even if she wants as it is a non-living thing; however, she does admit that she is a damn good actress.
Renuka Shahane’s tweet read, “Do you mean ‘damn’? Dams are built over rivers, to harness electricity. You don’t mean I’m a dam, right? Even if I wanted to be, I couldn’t. They are non living things. Damn! Now may I correct your sentence? “You are just a damn actress” Yes I am! And I’m damn good!”
Do you mean "damn"? Dams are built over rivers, to harness electricity. You don't mean I'm a dam, right? Even if I wanted to be, I couldn't. They are non living things. Damn! Now may I correct your sentence? "You are just a damn actress" Yes I am! And I'm damn good! https://t.co/pJ3LSgUc04
— Renuka Shahane (@renukash) December 17, 2019
Well, certainly the actress has a good sense of humour but she also doesn’t mind replying to the Indian Prime Minister if she is concerned about something. Recently when PM Modi took to Twitter and asked people to maintain peace in the country as CAA protests are going on in India, she asked the Prime Minister to control the IT cell of BJP because she feels that it is the one which is spreading negativity in the country.
The “Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!” actress certainly has many shades, what do you think?