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Netizens bash karan Johar’s Dharma Productions after they REMOVED Kangana Ranaut from Ungli poster!


Dharma Productions film Ungli completed seven years of its release today. The official handle of the production house shared a poster of the film to celebrate the occasion. However, netizens were shocked to see that the production had been digitally altered to remove Kangana Ranaut, who is involved in a long-running feud with producer Karan Johar.

Emraan Hashmi, Angad Bedi, Randeep Hooda, Neil Bhoopalam, and Sanjay Dutt appeared in the modified Ungli poster. However, Kangana, who was pictured close to Emraan in the original image, was not present. Fans were outraged by the exclusion and called out Dharma Productions and Karan.

“Y’all really just cropped out Kangana, have some shame KJo,” one Twitter user wrote. “Anyway… Adharma Production doesn’t deserve Kangana,” another wrote, while a third said “Kangana hate is so visible”.

Rensil D’Silva’s 2014 film Ungli was directed by him. To date, this is Karan and Kangana’s only collaboration.

Kangana called Karan the “flag-bearer of nepotism” and the “movie mafia” during an appearance on Koffee With Karan in 2017, kicking off their continuing feud. She has frequently accused him of conspiring to destroy the careers of outsiders in favour of promoting star kids.

Karan and Kangana were both in Delhi last month to accept the Padma Shri, but they didn’t run into one other. She stated the same thing at the Times Now Summit, “Our ceremonies were at different times. I think they went out of their way to keep us on different timings…I tried to spot him around but he was not there.”

Kangana said that she would have spoken to Karan if they met at the ceremony. “There can be conflicts, there can be disagreements but it does not mean you do not believe in coexistence. That is what I believe in, coexistence. I encourage the coexistence of all kinds,” she said.

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