Anupam Kher Says in Support of Manikarnika Star

Alia Bhatt and Kangana Ranaut

In a recent episode of Kangana's wrath, "Gully Boy" actress Alia Bhatt has fell victim for not supporting her movie, "Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi". Ranaut had accused Bollywood of ganging up against her because of her outspokenness about nepotism in the film industry. "I didn't do anything to get a reaction like this".

After so much criticism Alia, finally, broke her silence and in an interview said that she would react to Kangana's comments in person, not in the media. He called Kangana a rock star and an epitome of "women empowerment'. They think they are Gods and it's blasphemy to acknowledge that you shouldered a multi-million dollar film on your own.With Manikarnika's success you have hit them on their softest spot and it will take them some time to recover.They will come around eventually.they have to or else they run the risk of being irrelevant".

"I haven't seen the film yet but my friends in the United States recommended me to watch it asap so perhaps I will soon".

Mumbai: Kangana Ranaut has always been the "Jhansi ki Rani" of Bollywood and doesn't spare anyone who hurts her. She even said that Alia's existence is all about being Karan Johar's puppet. This is a very unusual sort of a racket. They are anxious just because I spoke on nepotism?

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Alia had responded to these statements by saying that she will personally apologise to her. She is brilliant. I applaud her courage and performances.

However, this did not go down well with the Queen star, who reportedly told the budding actor to "grow a spine". Kangana said that she had called up Alia personally and told her to "grow a spine" and that if she remains a "puppet" of Karan Johar's, she (Kangana) can not consider her successful. She also hoped that Kangana doesn't hold it against her.

"Hope she understands the true meaning of success and her responsibilities".

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