Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is known for not just her acting but also her habit of making bold and strong statements. She is one of those celebrities who don’t like to mince their words and speak their hearts out whenever they get a chance. Her last release “Manikarnika” was a huge hit and she has already created controversy by saying that if her movie doesn’t get the National Award, the credibility of the jury will be at risk.
Recently, Kangana has given an interview to Mid-Day in which she has once again slammed Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt for not talking on national issues. If you remember, last time she criticised them for not supporting her and her film “Manikarnika” but this time, she has also taken a jibe at them as they are called young generation actors.
According to her, Ranbir is 37 while Alia is 27 so how they can be called young and she further tries to strengthen her statement by saying that her mother had three kids at the age of 27.
She further slams the duo by calling them kids or dumb or what (bacche hain ki dumb hain ki kya hain….).
She goes on to say that all these actors have no problem in talking about who they are dating or with whom they are having physical relationship but when it comes to speaking on national issues, they get silent by saying that it is their personal choice.
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On the work front, Kangana has some pretty big projects in pipeline other than “Panga” and “Mental Hai Kya”. She is also playing the main lead in the biopic of late Jayalalithaa, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Directed by A. L. Vijay, the biopic will be made in Hindi and Tamil languages and while it will be titled as “Jaya” in Hindi, the name of the movie in Tamil will be “Thalaivi”.
What is your opinion in regard to what Kangana said about the rumored love birds Ranbir and Alia? Do let us know.
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