New Delhi: Bollywood’s Panga Girl Kangana Ranaut is in discussion these days about her upcoming film Emergency. Apart from her films, the actress is also known for her eloquent style. She keeps on targeting her colleagues associated with Bollywood.
Kangana shared her reviews on Insta regarding the recently released Ranbir-Alia’s film Brahmastra. During this, Kangana also targeted producer Karan Johar and director Ayan Murkhji fiercely. Meanwhile, film director Hansal Mehta has called working with Kangana his biggest mistake.
Hansal Mehta had tweeted that he is not getting tickets for Ranbir Kapoor’s film Brahmastra. Responding to which social media users wrote that you should be ashamed. You gave Kangana a flop film. Responding to which Hansal Mehta wrote that yes, I should not have made Dhakad. Since then his tweet is going viral. Let us tell you that Kangana Ranaut starrer film Dhakad was released this year. The film was produced by Hansal Mehta. Made at a cost of around Rs 25 crore, the film proved to be a super flop at the box office.
Let us tell you that in the year 2017, Hansal Mehta has worked with Kangana in the film Simran. After the film became a hit, Hansal said during an interview that Kangana is a great actress. But no film can be about a single person. They have confined themselves to boundaries. With this, he had said, “this film was completely out of my control. The circumstances were not pleasant. Financially this film cost me a lot. What happened on the sets of the film had an impact on my mental state as well. I have regrets about Simran, but there is no bitterness.”
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On the other hand, Hansal has praised Ranbir Kapoor starrer film Brahmastra fiercely. He said that I thoroughly enjoyed the film Brahmastra. After not getting tickets in the evening, went to the morning show the next day and watched the film. Even in the morning, the theater was 60-70 per cent full. The film is quite good. Queues are being seen once again in cinema halls.