Kangana Ranaut hits back at Alia, says ‘her existence is all about being KJo’s puppet’
Kangana Ranaut exclusively reveals to us everything that she spoke about with Alia Bhatt. Read to know more.
Bold and fearless are synonymous with Kangana Ranaut. She is known to make no filter statements when it comes to speaking her mind out. Be it for speaking up against the gender pay inequality or talking about nepotism, the ‘Queen’ actress never minces her words. She is audacious enough to take on anybody and her recent statement at an event speaks volume of the same. In an exclusive interview with leading daily, Kangana recently spoke about how Bollywood stars, including Aamir Khan and Alia Bhatt have not praised or supported her during the release of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi.
Reacting to the same, Alia Bhatt said, “I hope she doesn’t dislike me and I don’t think she dislikes me. I don’t think I have done anything intentionally to upset her. If I have, I will apologise to her on a personal level.”
Well, we reached out to Kangana Ranaut over the same and the actress EXCLUSIVELY revealed to us everything that she spoke about with Alia Bhatt. She said, “I reached out to Alia (Bhatt) and asked her what makes her think Manikarnika is my personal controversy, it’s a film whole nation is talking about and wondering why Bollywood is keeping quiet on such a relevant work...I asked her if I can be courteous and gracious to acknowledge her requests for encouraging relevant work that she does, why is she so scared to see my film. I suggested that she grows some spine and supports an important film about woman empowerment and nationalism...if she doesn’t have a voice of her own and her existence is all about being KJo's (Karan Johar) puppet then I don’t consider her successful...I told her if she is only focusing on earning bucks and not raise a voice, then her success has no value...hope she understands the true meaning of success and her responsibilities, Nepo gang life is simply restricted to give and take favours hope she rises above that.”