TIT FOR TAT: Kangana Ranaut's fitting reply to Karan Johar



March 9, 2017 3:02:05 PM IST
By Glamsham Editorial
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Ever since Kangana Ranaut appeared on Karan Johar's chat show ‘Koffee with Karan', a new war like situation between Karan and Kangana refuses to settle down. First Kangana blatantly told Karan on his face how he is the flag-bearer of nepotism in Bollywood and runs a movie mafia.

KANGANA RANAUT AND KARAN JOHAR KANGANA RANAUT AND KARAN JOHAR

Karan didn't reply to Kangana's allegations then but later during a session with Anupama Chopra at London School of Economics the director was quoted saying, “She was my guest and I had to hear what she had to say. When she says ‘flag-bearer of nepotism', I want to say to her, I am glad she knows what it means. I am done with Kangana playing the woman and the victim card. You cannot play a victim every time with some sad story to tell. If the industry is that bad, just leave it.”

Johar also went on to say that he gave Kangana a chance to express herself; it was very gracious of him of not editing her part out which he could have done very easily.

Now Kangana Ranaut who doesn't shy away from calling ‘spade a spade' gave a fitting reply to Karan's statement. In an interview to a leading newspaper Kangana was quoted saying as, “I am also at loss to understand how he gave me a platform by inviting me too be on his show. To say he helped me voice my opinions is to discredit me as an artiste and a public personality. I wonder why is Karan Johar trying to shame a woman for being a woman? This Kind of talk is demeaning to all women. The ‘women card' might not help you win Olympic medals or bag National awards.”

She was further quoted saying, “I use every card possible. At the workplace, it's the badass card to fight cutthroat competition. It is important to understand is that we are not fighting people, we are fighting a mentality. I am not fighting Karan Johar, I am fighting male chauvinism. The industry belongs to every Indian and is highly recommended for outsiders like me whose parents were too poor to give me a formal training. I learnt on the job and got paid for it, using the money to educate myself in New York. He is nobody to tell me to leave it. I'm definitely not going anywhere, Mr. Johar.”

We wonder when this controversy stirred by Kangana's bold and blatant comments on Karan's show is going to end or is it a new episode in Kangana's controversial life after the infamous Hrithik Roshan chapter.



  
  

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