|Kangana Ranaut Fights With Deepika Padukone|
Kangana Ranaut again reaped the emotions after criticizing Deepika Padukone's latest film by calling the film like trash. Not quite satisfied, recently he again sneered at Alia Bhatt and likened her to a sex worker. Kangana Ranaut is indeed known as an Indian artist who often clashes with fellow artists in the entertainment world. He often sparks controversy and furor from his scorn and statements on social media accounts. Recently, Kangana Ranaut has been sarcastic about Deepika Padukone.
He criticized Deepika Padukone's film Gehraiyaan and called it trash because it didn't depict millennial romance and was overrated. Not only that, he also criticized the film director Deepika Padukone, namely Shakun Batra because the film was considered not good and not good for public consumption. “I'm also a millennial but I identify and understand this type of romance… in the name of millennial/new age/urban movies this movie doesn't sell, trash please… bad movies are bad movies no skin shows or pornography can save that… it's a basic fact for a gehraiyaan film that doesn't do any good,” wrote Kangana Ranaut, quoted by IndianExpress.
Unsatisfied, Kangana Ranaut returned to the scene and satirized Alia Bhatt who was promoting her latest film, Gangubai Kathiawadi. This is not the first time Kangana Ranaut has clashed with Alia Bhatt. Previously, he likened Alia Bhatt to a sex worker. It started when a video of a little girl went viral on social media in the style of Alia Bhatt. However, Kangana Ranaut actually questioned the little girl who likened Alia Bhatt's appearance in her latest film. “Should this child imitate a sex worker with a beedi in his mouth and abusive and lewd dialogue? Look at his body language, is it okay to have sex at this age? There are hundreds of other children being used in the same way," Kangana wrote.
Furthermore, he satirized Deepika Padukone's film and blamed the film's director for not being able to cast the film's cast until it was judged to be a failure. “This Friday, 200 cr will be scorched to ashes at the box office… The biggest downside of a film is miscast… Bollywood mafia papas who have single-handedly destroyed the work culture in the film industry, have manipulated many great directors emotionally and forced their mediocre products on their cinematic brilliance, other examples will follow shortly after this release.
People need to stop cheering him on, in this Friday's release even the greatest heroes and greatest directors are new victims of his manipulation." he quipped. Although not explicitly mentioning Alia Bhatt's name, the public often knows that the satire was given to her. However, Alia Bhatt chose to remain silent and focus on the release of her film, which airs this week.