Bollywood Kangana Ranaut’s maiden production Tiku Weds Sheru has been making the headlines ever since the trailer of the movie was released. Currently streaming on Amazon Prime, the movie stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Avneet Kaur as the leads. From the huge age gap between the actors to their controversial kissing scene, the arrival of the movie left the netizens with mixed feelings. Right after the release of the film, the producer opened up about the same.
Taking to her official social media handle, Kangana addressed the age-gap controversy as watching a 49-year-old romance and lock lips with a debutant 21-year-old in the movie had left the internet cringing. Sharing her view on through her now deleted Instagram stories, she claimed that movie mafias have been doing everything to “harm my film, fake reviews and smear campaigns started even before its release.” ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui's LIP-LOCK With Avneet Kaur In Tiku Weds Sheru: ‘SRK Continues To Do Romantic Roles Because The Young Generation Is Nalli’
Addressing Nawaz and Avneet age difference and the romance between their characters, the actress explained how she started her Bollywood journey at the age of 16. She claimed that it is better to start early for a film career, however they are often exploited and not given a role that shows their potential. She wrote, “I was 16 when I started, it's better to start young if you are looking at a film career, problem is if you play a flower on the wall, exploited just for youth and has no lines or role or opportunity given… Whatever mafia PR is trying to do with age controversy, please understand it's not working… how about working on your own films and watching TWS again.” ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s LIP-LOCK With Avneet Kaur In Tiku Weds Sheru Angers Internet; Netizen Says, ‘Sharam Kr Apni Beti Ki Age Ki Ladki Ke Sath Ye Kr Reha’
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut will be next seen in Emergency, which will be her first solo directorial project. She will be essaying the role of India’s late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The movie is based on the emergency period in India during the mid-70s, which was announced by the then PM. She also has RSVP Movies’ Tejas, Chandramukhi 2 and Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda in the pipeline.
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