Kangana Ranaut calls out Ajay Devgn for not promoting her films; reveals Akshay Kumar ‘quietly’ praised Thalaivi
Kangana Ranaut is currently busy gearing up for her next film Dhaakad. While Salman Khan shared the trailer of her action entertainer on social media, she feels there are many actors who don’t support her in the industry.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is a self made woman who often feels that not many people in the industry support her. While she openly lauds a good film or performance when she sees it, the actress does not feel her fellow actors reciprocate these feelings. So she was quite grateful recently when superstar Salman Khan shared the trailer of her upcoming film Dhaakad on his official social media handle. She thanked him with a sweet note which read: “Thank you my Dabangg hero heart of gold.... I will never say again that I am alone in this industry...”
But Kangana still feels that there are many actors out there who don’t show any support for her. In a recent interview with Mirror Now when she was asked if she agrees with Ajay Devgn ’s statement on 'Bollywood Bonhomie', the actress replied, “But Ajay Devgn will never promote my film. He will promote other films but will never promote my film. Akshay Kumar called me, quietly, to tell me 'hush-hush' that you know, I love your 'Thalaivi', but he will not tweet my trailer.” She went on to call out Amitabh Bachchan , who tweeted Dhaakad’s song teaser but deleted it later, and stated that these actors should be asked about it.
Kangana further shared that if Ajay ever agreed to do a role in a female-centric film of hers, she would be more than obliged and grateful. But she went on to add, “Of course, it is quite evident that they don't want to. I think all the actors should support me as I support them. I was the first to praise films like ' The Kashmir Files ' and 'Shershah'. I praised Sidharth Malhotra and even Karan Johar 's film. I did it openly, not making quiet calls. This bonding exists between them, but when I reach out they don't reciprocate, not yet. But I am sure that will change.”