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Kangana Ranaut, Chirag Paswan display unbreakable bond in Parliament
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Kangana Ranaut, Chirag Paswan display unbreakable bond in Parliament

| @indiablooms | 26 Jun 2024, 02:55 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: Actress-turned-Lok Sabha MP Kangana Ranaut and Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) MP Chirag Paswan's bond seems to have been rekindled after the two stepped into the 18th Lok Sabha.

In a pleasing visual, Kangana, dressed in a saree and a sleeveless blouse, was spotted with Chirag Paswan entering Parliament on Wednesday.

When photographers asked for a picture, both turned back, smiled and went inside holding hands.

During an NDA meeting in Parliament after the conclusion of the Lok Sabha polls, the two met and greeted each other as cameras captured the moment.

"Kangana?" Chirag called the BJP MP and then the two hugged and briefly talked in a reunion during the NDA meeting.

Chirag and Kangana featured together in the 2011 Bollywood film Miley Naa Miley Hum, which was the debut project of the LJP (Ras Vilas) chief.

But Chirag's Bollywood stint was very short as he switched to politics following the unsuccessful run of the film.

Kangana, who was already a known face in Bollywood in 2011, went on to feature in more successful films.

The actress made her debut as a parliamentarian winning from Himachal Pradesh's Mandi on a BJP ticket in the Lok Sabha polls this year.

The LJP (Ram Vilas) is a key ally of the BJP.

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