Kangana Ranaut slams Sonam Kapoor for mocking her English on Koffee With Karan; calls latter ‘gossipy aunty’
Sonam Kapoor’s past is back to haunt her in the form of Kangana Ranaut’s latest social media post
One of the most controversial episodes in the history of filmmaker Karan Johar’s chat show Koffee With Karan was in season 3. It was the first time that Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor, two feisty young women, came together on the coveted couch. They made headlines with their shocking statements and also got into trouble for some sassy remarks. Well, it looks like the past is back to haunt them. We are talking about Bollywood’s queen Kangana Ranaut’s latest story on Instagram, where she has now blasted Sonam for mocking her English speaking skills.
During the rapid fire round, when Karan had asked Sonam who she would give ‘the ability to speak English fluently’, the actress had replied, “I think Kangana has a great fashion sense but..” KJo had finished the sentence for her by adding ‘questionable English’. Sharing a viral Instagram reel of the same, Kangana wrote: “What I earned from years of fights with film mafia is that no outsider will ever be mocked for not speaking English... also that show is officially closed forever...🙂.”
In another post, Kangana went on to add, “Please don't miss my come back in the end even at 24 after being openly bullied, humiliated and mocked I showed grace, sophistication, articulation and humility which English speaking gossipy aunties with so called great upbringing can never…” Well, Kangana was not the only star who was offended by this particular episode of Koffee With Karan. Deepika and Sonam’s comments about Ranbir Kapoor had also left late Rishi Kapoor deeply upset. Deepika had said she wanted to gift her ex boyfriend a packet of condoms, which according to her he needed most. Meanwhile Sonam had called Ranbir a great friend, but was not sure about how he should be rated as a boyfriend.
Well, Kangana is one actress who hit back at mockery with her phenomenal work. Wouldn’t you agree?