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‘If Film Industry is So Bad, Leave It’
Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar has advised actress Kangana Ranaut to leave the film industry if she was so terrorized of it.
Johar’s retort came as a reply to Kangana’s accusation that he was a ‘flag bearer of nepotism’, means someone who offers movies to only his near and dear ones. Kangana said this right on the face of Karan when she recently attended his chat show, ‘Koffee With Karan’.
Johar is generally known for troubling his guests with his witty remarks so it came as a huge surprise as he didn’t respond to Kangana’s reputation-damaging allegations.
Karan Johar has finally spoken, on another platform, about the Kangana issue. When asked why he took Kangana’s abuses in lighter vein, he said, “She was my guest and I had to hear what she said. I generally edit so much of stuff from my show but I was gracious enough to keep everything of her episode. I was like, let the world see her opinion.”
Talking about Kangana’s statement calling the film industry a ‘Movie Mafia’, Johar said, “What does she mean by ‘movie mafia’? What does she think we are doing? Sitting here and not giving her work? Is that what makes us mafia? I do that because may be I am not interested to work with Kangana and that does not make me movie mafia, it makes me a man with an opinion.
“I gave her the platform to speak and now this is my platform so here I am speaking what I want to. I am done with Kangana playing the woman card and the victim card. You can’t be a victim at every point of time who has a sad story to say as to how you have been terrorized by the bad world of industry. If that’s the case, leave it” concluded Johar, suggesting Kangana to leave the industry.
Known for not taking jibes in lighter manner, Kangana is soon expected to respond to Johar’s statement.