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Brahmastra: Kunal Kamra troll Kangana Ranaut over her comments on Dharma Productions, here’s what he said!

Kangana Ranaut has always been vocal when it comes to criticizing Bollywood or any film with which she is not associated. Now the actress has been on a roll since Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra hit theatres on September 9. From the film’s release date to its first-weekend box office numbers, the actress has been slamming and questioning the makers. Her Instagram is filled with criticism notes for the film. In a series of Instagram stories, the actress poked fun not only at the film’s lead actors – Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt – but also at producer Karan Johar and the film’s budget.

The actress took to her Instagram stories to criticise the filmmakers for putting out the wrong collections. The actress said that it was not been made with a budget of 410 crores but rather 650 crores and described it as 60–70% fake.

In response, comedian Kunal Kamra made a joke regarding Kangana Ranaut’s critique of Brahmastra on Twitter. His tweets, “Kangana thinks like ED, NIA, CBI, Dharma productions is also under central government.” Recently there were reports that Kangana wants to interview filmmaker Karan Johar.

Taking to Insta story, she wrote, “I want to interview Karan Johar and understand why he is declaring the gross collection of Brahmastra and not the net collection. What is the desperation? Also, after making 60 cr (that’s the net collection they have declared. I don’t believe in this number, but the net amount India is 60 cr for two days according to them). Even if we believe them, how come a 650 cr film has emerged as a hit already?”

“Karan Johar Ji, please enlighten us, because I am afraid there are different laws of nature for the movie mafia and different ones for mere mortals like us. Hence, different mathematics for privileged people like you and different mathematics for the underprivileged like us. Please enlighten us on this,” read the post further.

Talking about Brahmastra, starring Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and others has already collected 138 crores within the first 4 days of its release.

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