Kangana reiterated that her spat with the journalist at the press conference was only because he had ridiculed her and given her film "Manikarnika" bad press. "They have a major role to play in my success, and I am grateful to them". First, Kangana had claimed that journalists are busy in a "smear campaign" against the actress because they did not give good reviews to her film, Manikarnika. They present their treacherous views in front of everyone. "However, we will continue the ban on Kangana Ranaut across all media platforms", it said in what is a rare instance of the media uniting to boycott a Bollywood star. "I feel if two people have problems, they should sit together and sort it out".
In another video, the Queen actress talks about a senior person of the Indian media, who comes to press meets just to have free food and drinks, but would later bash and make personal attacks in their respective news space. If I call myself an actor, I should have some work. These three or four people formed a guild against me, I think it was formed yesterday. "So I request such people to please ban me because I don't want their livelihoods to function because of me, and I wish to stay away from such people". "You are so cheap that you sell yourself for Rs 50-60".
"Judgementall Hai Kya" is scheduled to release on July 26. "This section of journalists who relentlessly try to disturb the integrity and unity of a nation; the people who try to destroy the image of the country and keep propagating their anti-national thoughts, there's no penalty against such people in our constitution".
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Kangana Ranaut got into an ugly spat with a journalist during a press conference on Sunday that was held to promote her new film "Judgementall Hai Kya". A job of a journalist is to provide independent assessment of entertainment content; and critical commentary can not be reason enough to lose control, turn against the media and hurl expletives.
While Ekta Kapoor, the producer of the upcoming film, instantly issued a statement apologising for the incident, with her recent social media post, Kangana Ranaut has made it clear that she is not in a mood to apologise.