Kangana Ranaut Says She Will 'Expose' Bollywood For Not Supporting Manikarnika

Alia Bhatt in Raazi, Kangana Ranaut in Manikarnika. Images from Facebook

When asked about the same from Alia Bhatt during the Gully Boy promotions, she said she was not aware of this problem or anything as she was busy with the shooting. "Main inki waat laga dungi, ek ek ko expose karungi (I will make their lives hell, and I will expose every single one of them)", Kangana had said.

Meanwhile, earlier this week, in an interview to Pinkvilla, Kangana said that she has reached out to her colleagues previously when their films release, but "she gets no response from anyone" about her projects.

Ankita Lokhande, who plays the character of Jhalkaribai in the film said, "I have loved 'Manikarnika.' and I have loved Kangana for what she is". She said that she had always admired her as a person and as an actor.

Kangana Ranaut believes that she is being bullied by members of the film industry. "I have two-three films coming up, but I don't expect people to write about them". "They're not even ashamed, some of these people are as old as my grandfather but they're just after me", she shared.

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She added, "Today only Kangana Ranaut is not living in a free country. If I have, I will apologise to her on a personal level".

Speaking about Rani Laxmi Bai, she said, "Is Rani of Jhansi my aunt?" The actress had taken name of Alia Bhatt saying that when Raazi's trailer released, the actress had asked her to watch it and give her feedback and she had did it.

She further added, "I suggested that she grows some spine and support an important film about woman empowerment and nationalism....if she doesn't have a voice of her own and her existence is all about being KJo puppet then I don't consider her successful. Hope she understands the true meaning of success and her responsibilities".

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