Kangana Ranaut takes a dig at Karan Johar's Hindi, warns of consequences in a fiery statement
Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar is once again under fire after an old video confession of him admitting to ending Anushka Sharma's career went viral on social media. The video sparked a wave of criticism and trolling towards Karan Johar, with many calling him out for promoting nepotism and being biased toward star kids.
In response to the backlash, Karan Johar shared a cryptic post on his Instagram stories. The post read, "Laaga lo ilzaam, hum khoonne wale me nahi...be a slave of lies...we are not among those who speak...as much as you will show below...how many allegations you make...we are not among those who fall...our karma is our victory...you pick up the sword...we are not among those who die..."
Kangana called Karan Johar Chacha Chaudhary
However, it seems like Karan's post did not sit well with actress Kangana Ranaut, who has been a vocal critic of nepotism in Bollywood. Kangana took to her Instagram stories and shared a screenshot of Karan Johar's post, calling him "Chacha Chaudhary" and claiming that he used to "insult" and "bully" her on national television with the "elite nepo mafia."
Kangana further wrote, "Today I thought of seeing his Hindi, now only your Hindi has improved, see what happens next." This is not the first time that Kangana has accused Karan Johar of promoting nepotism in Bollywood. She has been vocal about it in the past and has even claimed that it was because of Karan that Priyanka Chopra had to leave the country.
The issue of nepotism has been a topic of discussion in Bollywood for a long time now, with many calling out the industry for being biased toward star kids and ignoring talented actors from non-film backgrounds. The recent viral video of Karan Johar's confession has once again ignited the debate, with many fans and industry insiders demanding a more level playing field for all actors.
In conclusion, the ongoing feud between Kangana Ranaut and Karan Johar highlights the deep-rooted issues of nepotism and favoritism in Bollywood. It is high time for the industry to address these issues and provide equal opportunities for all actors based on their talent and hard work, rather than their family background or connections.