On Friday, Kangana Ranaut launched a rant against the film industry which has gone from its condemnation of “Bollywoodias” in its usual style to suggesting “it’s time for social cleansing”.
In a series of notes shared on Instagram Stories, the actor wrote that “it’s not a bad time at all” for the film industry, because “only good content will survive.” She also appeared to express her impatience with her recent film, Thalaivii, which did not get a proper theatrical release. The political drama, based on the youth of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, is now streaming on Netflix.
Commenting on the barrage of release dates announced by Bollywood filmmakers, she shared a meme and wrote: “Dumb Bollywoodians sleep for months and suddenly announce release dates like people have nothing better to do than watching their cheesy movies. ”
She continued in her second story: “It’s a good time for people like us. We don’t get solo release, we don’t find enough screens. And even if we do, we don’t get good shows. The big studios and the mafia have full control over exhibitors and multiplexes. The only thing we rely on is good content, that’s how I got here. With the current situation, I can’t resist singing the Big B song to all the mafias that make trashy movies but because of the manipulation and the monopoly are making big numbers. Well, here’s the song for all of you… ”
She then pasted the lyrics of the song Apni Toh Jaise Taise, from the movie Laawaris, with Amitabh Bachchan: “Apni toh jaise taise, thodi aise ya waise, kat jayegi, aap ka kya hoga janab-e-ali (We will survive from one way or another, and you?) “
She concluded by saying, “This is a time of transformation for the film industry, only good content will survive. So in fact, it’s not a bad time at all. It’s time for social cleansing. Old empires will fall and new ones will arise.
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Kangana has long been embroiled in a feud with the general public in Bollywood in general, and has openly attacked certain actors and celebrities. She criticized their work and spoke out against their business practices.