Kangana Ranaut on Tuesday spoke at length about her recent spat with a journalist, the 'movie mafia' in Bollywood.
On her argument with a journalist last week at a song launch of 'Judgementall Hai Kya', Kangana said that she has never generalised media, but only condemned people misusing their position and power.
"Analysing and criticising is done by journalists, it's their work. I have always appreciated constructive criticism, because of which, I have brought changes in my life, work and acting," Kangana said, defending herself.
The incident was deeply condemned by media. The Members of the Entertainment Journalists' Guild of India (EJGI) collectively decided to boycott Kangana and demanded a public apology.
It started when Kangana questioned the journalist over his negative remarks on her last release 'Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi'. On being asked why she gets irked if 'Manikarnika', the actress said that Rani Laxmi Bai and other freedom fighters should be respected.
Meanwhile, taking names of filmmaker Karan Johar and actor Hrithik Roshan, she said that the "movie mafia controls a section of the media."
Kangana is credited to have started the debate on nepotism in Bollywood after she accused director Johar to be completely intolerant towards outsiders . On reports of her joining politics, Kangana said, "I'm a woman of my own will. I don't borrow my voice from others. If I appreciate the current government, that doesn't mean I'm joining politics, though I get many offers."