A huge controversy erupted at the song launch of Judgementall Hai Kya after Kangana Ranaut engaged in a heated argument with a journalist. After the messy situation at the event, the media demanded an apology from the actress, however, her sister Rangoli Chandel has tweeted this morning that her sister will not apologise.
Until now, producer of the film Ekta Kapoor was silent on the ongoing issue, but she has finally put out a tweet with a clear disclaimer. Her tweet reads, “Sense n sensibility ....mental and mentality....Two v diff things ( disclaimer :this is a jibe at no one )”.
Sense n sensibility ....mental and mentality....Two v diff things ( disclaimer :this is a jibe at no one )— Ekta Kapoor (@ektaravikapoor) July 9, 2019
As soon as Ekta tweeted many of her followers replied and re-tweeted. Users are urging the producer to withdraw her support and stop backing this controversy. They also took potshots at Kangana and her weird attitude labeling her as a stalker as well while some called it a publicity stunt.
The producer is set to have a meeting with journalists, who are demanding for an apology.Journalists want Ekta to take a strong stand against the actress for her misbehaviour.
Just to throw light on what actually happened, when a journalist questioned Kangana about her failure on her last release Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, the actress didn’t spare him and took his case to an unimaginable level.
She said, “You have been writing really nasty things about me. How do you even manage to think so nastily? Is it fair for you to write things like that? You are bashing my film Manikarnika. You are calling me a jingoistic woman who’s making a film on nationalism. Is it my mistake to make a film (on nationalism)?”
All said and done, will Kangana render an apology? Or will it give birth to a controversy. Stay tuned to this space for more updates.
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