This is the digits business, but in perception business they kept calling Sushant a flop actor, dumped his films on digital owning to his "flop" career, which flop career? and who were declaring his flop @mumbaipolice must investigate 🙏 pic.twitter.com/Nds1TR9cTN— Team Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) July 23, 2020
Some time ago, Kangana Ranaut had schooled late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's Dil Bechara co-star, Sanjana Sanghi, for several reasons. Now, the actress' official team has dug out screenshots comparing the box-office collections of Sushant's Chhichhore with that of Ranveer Singh's Gully Boy. While doing so, Kangana also slammed those labeling Sushant as a 'flop actor', despite his film earning more than the latter. She, indirectly, also lashed out at Karan Johar for not releasing Drive in theatres and instead on OTT.
The Queen actress' official team shared a screenshot of Taran Adarsh tweet that revealed how Chhichhore has surpassed the BO collections of Ranveer and Alia's Gully Boy and is likely to near the likes of Kesari and Total Dhamaal. The collections of Chhichhore read Rs 144 crore on its fourth week. In her tweet, Kangana asked the Mumbai Police to investigate people who were hell-bent on declaring Sushant's career a flop. She indirectly took a dig at KJo for allegedly 'dumping his film' on digital instead of theatres.
Kangana's tweet read, "This is the digits business, but in perception business they kept calling Sushant a flop actor, dumped his films on digital owning to his "flop" career, which flop career? and who were declaring his flop @mumbaipolice must investigate."
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Earlier in the day, she blasted Sanjana Sanghi for taking her 'sweet time' to issue a clarification after Sushant was accused of sexually harassing her. She also questioned Sanjana for not being so passionately vocal about their friendship when Sushant was alive.
image source: instagram/team_kangana_ranaut; YouTube; APH
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