The year 2018 has started off with ‘Padmaavat’ triumphing over all the negativity victory against surrounding it by releasing and storming into the Rs 100-crore club in the first weekend itself.
There was another such victory over negativity for former foes Kangana Ranaut and Karan Johar at the beginning of the yr.
The actress happily agreed to get an appearance on the filmmaker’s reality show ‘India’s Next Superstars’ where the duo ‘hugged and got up.’
Despite all the camaraderie brewing between the twain, the actress was in her very best, leaving no chance to take digs at Karan, all in good jest.
Despite Kangana earlier claiming that her appearance on the show was a professional appointment for which she was getting paid, the interaction has definitely thawed the equation between the two.
The actress has opened up about reuniting with the filmmaker in an interview to ABP News, where she stated, “I have been on his (Karan) other show and met him otherwise too.
She continued, “See, I don’t have a personal agenda, no matter who I have spoken about. I have always spoken about issues be it nepotism, exploitation, sexual harassment, these are issues. Not that I am always right, I have been wrong in many instances in life. That does not mean I do not have the right to voice my opinion. Karan is mature. He knows I don’t have hard feelings for him. I don’t have the goal of changing Karan Johar but my goal is to eradicate issues to make our society a better place to live.”
For the unversed, the duo was locked in a bitter battle of words after the actress accused the filmmaker being a ‘flag-bearer of nepotism’ on his TV show and it's surprising to see them patch up so quickly.
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut busy with the her forthcoming movie Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, which is set to release on 27 April 2018.