At her most recent event, Kangana Ranaut was back to criticizing Aamir Khan, the superstar. Kangana criticized the actor, asking why this unfair treatment is still tolerated in the business despite all of his flops and his continued demand for 200 crore rupees for his projects. Laal Singh Chaddha, Aamir Khan’s most recent film, flopped horribly at the box office as a result of boycott culture or subpar content. The inquiry is still open. While Kangana discussed why people should go to these actors’ movies even though they don’t make movies that are worth seeing, just because they have the “superstar” tag.
Aiming her comments toward Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chadha, Kangana continued by stating that the public today is more knowledgeable, which is why there is a boycott culture. She also questioned why they should spend their hard-earned money on these so-called celebrities’ movies. She even claimed that these A-list celebrities demand 200 crores and perform tasks worth 2 crores. Kangana even asserted that Aamir’s film Laal Singh Chaddha failed not because of boycott culture but rather owing to his anti-Indian remarks.
Kangana said, ” Coming to Aamir khan Ji, I am not specifically talking about the boycott culture but in general, when the nation was going through some tension, Turkey did something against us.” The actress also added, ” But, you (Aamir Khan) went there and gave them your consent and clicked pictures. You called our country intolerant in front of the world and tarnished our reputation”.
Kangana Ranaut-Aamir Khan’s work front
Aamir Khan is taking a break following LSC’s flop. Kangana Ranaut, who has worked hard to maintain her stardom despite all of the setbacks, even complained about her movies’ dismal box office performances. Her most recent film, Dhaakad, was a major letdown; she will next be seen in Emergency, which she also produced and in which she portrays former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
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