Bollywoods Queen ABUSES Media In Video; Refuses To Apologise For Bullying Journalist

11 Juillet, 2019, 16:23 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • Bollywoods Queen ABUSES Media In Video; Refuses To Apologise For Bullying Journalist

Now, Kangana herself has come out in the open and lashed out at the media, despite the Entertainment Journalists' Guild of India meeting, and consequently Ekta Kapoor apologising for Kangana Ranaut's flare-up with a journalist. How can you call yourself a journalist? Pointing out that Rao has made fun of her on social media in the past - evidence of which Chandel has been sharing over the week on Twitter - Ranaut said, "This journalist makes fun of serious causes, of me raising voice against plastic ban and cow slaughter".

In the video, Kangana begins by acknowledging the section of media which she considers has been helpful to her and has aided in her growth as an actor. I refused to answer his question as I have zero tolerance against anti-nationalists.

She further charged, "These people are threatening to ban me, destroy my career". You guys can get sold out for 50, 60 rupees. "That's the biggest favour you can do me".

A few days back, we saw Kangana Ranaut lashing out at a journalist during the launch of Wakhra Song from her film JudgeMentall Hai Kya for writing negative things about her film Manikarnika.

Ekta's apology statement had read, "A lot is being reported about the debate that ensued between our film "JudgeMentall Hai Kya" actor and a journalist, at the film's song launch event on July 7".

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"While the people involved in (the argument) fairly held their own perspectives but because it happened at the event of our film, we, as the producers would like to apologize and express regret for this untoward incident".

The production house also expressed the hope the media will not "let this one incident hamper the team effort that has gone behind making the film".

"We would like to maintain that our intention was not to disrespect or hurt anyone's sentiments", the statement concluded. On Tuesday, in its letter to Kapoor, the Guild said the boycott is a collective decision but would extend only to the actor and not affect the film or the rest of its cast.

The journalist community had then demanded the Queen actor apologise and threatened to ban her. Ranaut was reacting to a boycott by the Entertainment Journalists' Guild of India in response to her remarks against a journalist at a promotional event for her upcoming film Judgementall Hai Kya in Mumbai on Sunday. He said he met the actor briefly for an interview and there were no personal messages. In recent years, photographers briefly shunned Salman Khan following a scuffle with his bodyguard.

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