'Dhaakad': Fiesty Kangana Ranaut blazes guns fearlessly in latest poster

Kangana Ranaut Rajkummar Rao get a taste pof Badshah's'swag in Judge Mentall Hai Kya

Few sections of the media are also contemplating a ban on the actress until Ekta Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut officially apologise to the whole community, reported Deccan Chronicle. The official Instagram page of Kangana's team posted the poster stating, "She is feisty, she is fierce and is ready to set all guns ablaze!"

After getting lambasted from Kangana on the grounds that he wrote "dirty things" about her film "Manikarnika", the reporter is now being called out by her sister on Twitter.

Accusing the scribe of running a smear campaign against Kangana, Rangoli opined that he did so as the actor made a "nationalist film". The actress alleged that the journalist had visited Kangana in her vanity van for 3 long hours for an interview and also had lunch together after which he thanked her over a text message. If the apology doesn't go out, media will boycott Kangana's upcoming film Judgemental Hai Kya from all the promotional activities.

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Talking about her role in Dhaakad, Kangana earlier said in a statement, "After the success of Manikarnika, it has been proven that audience across the globe are loving larger than life films with a female hero". But later on, gave a bad review for her film and repeatedly trolled Kangana. Kangana said. "You are calling me a jingoistic person for making a film on nationalism", she added. Have I made a mistake in making that film? "You can not intimidate a journalist because you are in a power position", he said. The fight trned out to be ugly with shouting and the video is now viral on the Internet.

"How dare he mock Manikarnika's name and openly lie that he never wrote anything about it", Rangoli tweeted.

Other than this, Rangoli also requested the government to "take strict action" against the PTI journalist. Why does she keep fighting with each and everyone who must have not agreed with her? The movie, which has been directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, will release on July 26, 2019.

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