Karan Johar To Kangana Ranaut ‘Leave The Industry’ The Video Goes Viral

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide has given the heat to probably the most controversial topics of Bollywood, Nepotism. He committed suicide at the age of just 34. Many actors have opened up on nepotism. They revealed that they are not preferred just because they do not have a Bollywood background. Netizens slammed star kids, and people like Karan Johar and Salman Khan and blamed them for Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is always vocal about expressing her displeasure for the director. She has hit hard at the director and highlighted the practices followed in the industry like favoritism, groupism, and negative publicity.

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Recently, Kangana Ranaut recalled Karan Johar’s comment at the London School of Economics in 2017. Karan Johar said he was tired of Kangana Ranaut playing the woman and victim card and she should leave the Bollywood industry.

In the video, he is heard saying,

“I am done with Kangana playing the woman card and the victim card. You can’t be this victim who has a sad story at every given point of time, to tell how you have been terrorized by the bad world of the industry. Leave it.”
“Who is forcing you on a gunpoint to be in the movies, leave, do something else. (sic)”

Check out the video below

After the video went viral, the netizens slammed him for his smile after insulting one of the most promising actresses in the Bollywood industry. They asked him who gave the right to tell someone to leave the industry. Kangana Ranaut always raised the voice for what is wrong and she is the real Queen of Bollywood.

What do you guys think about this statement from Karan Johar’s statement? Let us know in the comments below.

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