'Like vultures always looking for corpses': Kangana Ranaut slams a negative review of Vivek Agnihotri's The Vaccine War

    Kangana Ranaut comes out in support of Vivek Agnihotri's The Vaccine War. 

    Kangana Ranaut supports The Vaccine War

    Kangana Ranaut supports The Vaccine War

    Kangana Ranaut came out in defense of Vivek Agnihotri’s The Vaccine War after a news report slammed the film. The actress questioned why artists are humiliated like this and whether the success of a movie is only measured by its profits. She also wrote a brief message on her Instagram story on art being subjective.

    Talking about the same, the now-deleted post criticized The Vaccine War to which Kangana Ranaut was quick to quote the same and slam those who were behind the article. The Tanu Weds Manu Returns actress stated, “Why do you want to write such nasty things about any film? Does success means only money ?? Why do you all humiliate artists like this ? Of all the releases #VaccineWar got the best reviews, a well made film in itself is not success? Do all businesses always see profits? Some endeavours bear fruits and some don’t. Why like vultures always looking for corpses? Writing obituaries? Shame on people like you. Someone like you who sits at home knows not even F of films how do you even muster the courage to be so nasty, cruel and judgemental? Take a look at her post.

    Apart from this, Kangana Ranaut also took to her Instagram story to share a long note that spoke against artists being called out for being themselves. She also stated that art is highly subjective and that one content might be good for one person but bad for another. Take a look at the post shared by the Maniikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi actress.

    Kangana Ranaut's post

    The actress furthermore gave a sharp reply to a Twitter user questioning the box office collection of her recently released movie Chandramukhi 2. Kangana Ranaut said that her movie has managed to earn Rs 40 crore worldwide in just 3 days of its release. Talking about the film, it also stars Raghava Lawrence in the lead role.