Kangana Ranaut tells Karan Johar he promotes nepotism in Bollywood. Finally truth has been spoken

Kangana Ranaut just made an appearance on the talk show, Koffee With Karan and her witty replies left the host speechless

Kangana Ranaut took her feisty self to the chat show Koffee With Karan, it seems. Not known to be the one who minces her words ever, Kangana was unabashed and unapologetic at the show too. Sources told a leading daily that Kanagana’s answers left host Karan Johar dumbfound on more than one occasions.

But it was particularly one instance that left Karan shocked. The source said Kangana targeted Karan and accused him of promoting nepotism in the industry. Kangana said if she ever wrote a biography, she would ensure Karan wrote a chapter on nepotism in it. This statement by Kangana, left Karan Johar in search of words.


Kangana Ranaut in Rangoon
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Well, if this is what really happened on the show, Kangana deserves applauds for saying something like this on National Television. A look at the cast of Karan’s films, and one would notice that Kangana is far from wrong. Coming from someone, who has made her mark in the industry without any Godfather in the industry makes this fact more hard-hitting.

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Kangana will be accompanied by her Rangoon stars Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor on the show. The three stars will share screen space for the first time in this Vishal Bhardwaj’s directorial.

Rangoon still

Rangoon still

Sasha and Nawab of Bollywood told Karan that they bonded on the sets of Rangoon by talking about their kids. A source told a daily:

When Karan asked them how they managed to shoot together for Rangoon, considering one shares a past with Kareena and one is her present and future. Shahid said they got along well and added that they talked about their children. Saif asked him about Misha, Shahid inquired about Taimur and everything was fine.