'Done with you playing the victim card': When Karan Johar asked Kangana Ranaut to 'leave the industry'
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: The untimely demise of Sushant Singh Rajput has sparked a debate of favouritism and nepotism in Bollywood. Several stars have come out and spoke of the nepotism in the showbiz industry. Kangana Ranaut has also been quite vocal about the B-town’s dark sides for a long time now. Recently, the actress has revealed that Karan Johar told her to “leave” the industry and stop playing the “victim card.”
In an interview, the 33-year-old actress had claimed that filmmaker Karan Johar, the “epicentre of all the problems of the industry”, had asked her to “leave” the Bollywood in an International summit.
"Karan Johar went to the London School of Economics and said, 'Kangana should leave the film industry. She should get out right away' - hooting was there, people clapped when I was here fighting nepotism. A human being has only three main things; Emotional, social, and career life," Kangana Ranaut was quoted as saying by Republic TV.
Right after the actress’ claims on filmmaker Karan Johar, netizens stumbled upon the internet and found the throwback video of Karan Johar which is taking around now. In the video, the filmmaker can be 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 terrorised 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,” he said, as reported by Republic TV.
The video was shared by a user on Twitter who said, “This the clip Kangana is talking about, Karan telling her to leave and people applauding. He attacked her on an international summit.”
Check out the video:
Manikarnika actress Kangana had also opened up about the late actor Sushant Singh’s demise in the same interview. She had urged Mumbai Police to question Mahesh Bhatt, Karan Johar, and Aditya Chopra on Sushant Singh’s demise for “systematically sabotaging his career.”
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