Kangana Ranaut has taken to Twitter yet again to express her anguish with her colleagues from the Hindi film industry. On Friday morning, the Manikarnika actor tweeted that he has praised the work of his contemporaries like Alia Bhatt, Taseen Pannu, Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma and Kareena Kapoor, but none of them have been replaced.

In response to a fan’s tweet that showed Kangana’s video clipping, praising the work of her contemporaries like Alia, Deepika, Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif and Taapsee Pannu, Kangana wrote, “Not a single actress in this industry No, who have not supported me. Or there is evidence of appreciation here, but none (of them) ever show any support or appreciation for me. “

Kangana then claims that many of these actors invite me to interview her by calling and messaging them directly, they send me flowers and bring me to the sky and when I call them for my preview, They don’t even pick up my phone.

She said she called them on social media “every day for the reason they deserve”.

Kangana, who is now promoting her upcoming multi-lingual political biopic on former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, titled Thalaivi, directed by AL Vijay, often gets into a war with many Bollywood actors and filmmakers on Twitter. . As she tried to explain her case with no support from the film industry, she alleged, “I saw terrible PR around me. These women tried to make me look insecure and unable.”

On Thursday, Alia Bhatt tested positive for COVID-19, Kangana, who had started the debate of nepotism in Bollywood, attacked her for being a Brahmastra star-kid on several occasions, making her performance in Gul Boy Also called “mediocre”. However, Kangana praised Alia’s performance in Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi.

Kangana, who has attacked various actors and filmmakers of the Hindi film industry, has taken sarcastic sarcasm several times over Deepika Padukone talking about her struggle with depression.

On the work front, Kangana’s Thalaivi is scheduled to hit theaters on April 23. She is now shooting for Sarvesh Mewada’s film Tejas, which is being produced by Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP Films. After wrapping up Tejas, the actor has Rajneesh Ghai’s Dhakaar, Aparajita Ayodhya in which he will also direct, Indira Gandhi’s biopic and the second installment in the Manikarnika franchise – Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda in the Kitty.

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