This is what happens when you glorify criminals, when negative and dark characters are played by good looking young men and they are shown as anti heroes not villlains then this is the result, shame on Bullywood for causing more damage than good always... https://t.co/zlnPam1a8L— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) October 31, 2020
In the shocking turn of events, a girl named Nikita Tomar was brutally shot dead in Mewat by a boy named Tauseef, for allegedly refusing her proposal. According to Dainik Jagran, the murderer named Tauseef has revealed that he was inspired by a scene in Mirzapur 2 where the lead actor is shown murdering a girl for rejecting in the proposal. According to a report in Dainik Jagran, the accused confessed to Police that he was inspired by Divyendu Sharma’s character Munna in the Pankaj Tripathi led web series following which he decided to shoot Nikita for rejecting his proposal.
Soon after coming across the news report on Twitter, Kangana Ranaut slammed the makers for glorifying criminals and showing good looking young men playing negative and dark characters. She said these characters are shown as anti-heroes, not villains. She tweeted, " This is what happens when you glorify criminals when negative and dark characters are played by good looking young men and they are shown as anti-heroes, not villains then this is the result, shame on Bullywood for causing more damage than good always...”
Recently, on the occasion of Fashion completing 12 years of success, Kangana Ranaut had spoken about her co-star Priyanka in an interview and recalled how she treated her on set.
Kangana said, "Priyanka is fabulous. She is somebody who back then also when I was 19 and she was such a big star. I was so starry-eyed because when I was in school, that time I have been watching her films and here I was in my initial years.” (ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut On Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's 145th Birth Anniversary, ‘We Must Shamelessly Snatch What Is Rightfully Ours’)
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