Kangana Ranaut is again making headlines as she is not happy with Bollywood. The actress went on to rent against the film industry.
She posted a series of notes on her Instagram stories on Friday. In one of the notes, she wrote that ‘it’s not a bad time at all’ for the film industry, as ‘only good content will survive’. She also seems not happy with her recent film Thalaivii, not getting a proper theatrical release. Biased on the life of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, is now streaming on Netflix. Since the Maharashtra Government allowed the theatres to open in the state many filmmakers have announced a plethora of films’ release dates.
Commenting on the back to back announcements, she shared a meme and wrote, “Dumb Bollywoodias sleeping for months on end now suddenly announcing release dates like people have nothing better to do than to watch their tacky films.”
She continued in her second Story, “It’s a good time for people like us. We don’t get a solo releases, we don’t find enough screens. And even if we do, we don’t get good shows. Big studios and mafia has full control over exhibitors and multiplexes. Only thing we rely on is good content, that’s how I have made it this far. With current situation, can’t resist singing Big B song to all mafia who make trashy films but because of manipulations and monopoly make big numbers. Well, here’s the song for you all…”
She then pasted the lyrics to the song Apni Toh Jaise Taise, from the Amitabh Bachchan’s Laawaris, “Apni toh jaise taise, thodi aise ya waise, kat jayegi, aap ka kya hoga janab-e-ali (We’ll survive one way or another, what about you?)”
In the end, she said, “This is a transformative time for film industry, only good content will survive. So actually, it’s not a bad time at all. It’s time for social cleansing. Old empires will fall and new ones will arise.”
It’s been a long time now Kangana is involved in a feud with mainstream Bollywood in general. Time and again she attacked certain actors and celebrities openly.