Kangana Ranaut Calls Subhash Chandra Bose India’s First Prime Minister

During a television interview, actor Kangana Ranaut asked, “When we got independence, where did India’s first PM Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose go?”

Kangana Ranaut
Actor and BJP leader Kangana Ranaut.

Actor and BJP leader Kangana Ranaut sparked controversy by mistakenly referring to Subhash Chandra Bose as India’s first Prime Minister. During a television interview, Ranaut asked, “When we got independence, where did India’s first PM Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose go?”

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While Ranaut’s error has generated memes on social media, it has also shed light on a lesser-known historical event. In 1943, Bose declared India’s independence and formed the Azad Hind (Free India) government in Singapore during World War II. He proclaimed himself as Prime Minister, Head of State, and Minister of War.

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Captain Dr. Lakshmi Swaminadhan led the women’s organization and commanded the Rani Jhansi Regiment, Asia’s first women-only battle regiment, within the Indian National Army.

The Azad Hind government asserted authority over Indian civilians and military personnel in British-occupied India, establishing its currency, court, and civil code. Bose’s bold move significantly bolstered the freedom struggle against British rule.

Leaders like Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh have praised the Azad Hind government for envisioning a strong, united India.

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PM Modi hailed Subhash Chandra Bose as an inspiration not only for Indians but also for freedom fighters worldwide during the 75th Anniversary commemoration of the Azad Hind Government’s formation.

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