After Priyanka Chopra's controversial revelation, Kangana Ranuat now attacks paparazzi, calls them 'chalaak' for being silent on film mafia controversy

    After batting for Priyanka Chopra's comments of 'being cornered in Bollywood', Kangana taunts paparazzi for keeping it mum at the time of Bollywoof mafia controversy. 


    Kangana Ranaut has often been vocal about Bollywood gangs and movie mafias. She recently came out in support of Priyanka Chopra after she revealed that she was cornered in Bollywood. She also took potshot at filmmaker Karan Johar claiming that he banned her because of her friendship with Shah Rukh Khan. And in the latest, she attacked paparazzi for being silent amid movie mafia controversy that has triggered a debate all over.

    The Tanu Weds Manu actress was recently spotted outside the airport and seen interacting with paps. “Waise kaafi chalaak ho aplog, film mafia ki koi controversy ho toh koi question nahi puchhega, aur agar kabhi meri controversy ho toh aise chilate hai. Tum log question kyu nahi puchhte,”(Quite clever you all are, nobody will question about film mafia controversy but when it is about me, you will all shout and ask, why are you not asking questions?), she asked photographers. She then smiled, and said, “sab pata hai mujhe” and entered the aiport. Watch the video:

    Earlier, Kangana shared an old statement of music composer AR Rahman and took a dig at star kids. In the old interview, he revealed the reason behind being not active in Bollywood and stated that the Bollywood gang is working against him. Reacting to it, Kangana tweeted, “Bolly kids grow up being obsessed with talent, their parents applaude their every word /move and they too start to believe that lie, until a really gifted person shows up, smacking them right in their faces and raising the bar high it challenges everything they ever believed. To be true, and they succumb to what all undeserving, immature, entitled people succumb to in such a situation ( jealousy)They “ GANG UP” bully and harass even kill those who they see as gifted, Amadeus is a film about this, my most favourite film.”

    Meanwhile, on the work front, Kangana is gearing up for the release of her upcoming political drama, Emergency . Besides it, she also has Tejas, Chandramukhi 2, Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda, Sita and an untitled biographical drama based on the life of Bengali actress and thespian, Noti Binodini.