Kangana Ranaut Calls Amitabh Bachchan & Tiger Shroff “Bollywood Mafia Gang” For Ganapath Crashing With Emergency
Kangana Ranaut never misses an opportunity to criticize Bollywood stars and their films. Since she went back to Twitter, she’s been back to doing what she does best: making trouble. Recently, the actress from the movie Manikarnika was in the news because she said that the Bollywood awards were a big sham. Now, in her most recent Tweets, Kangana attacked the movie Ganapath, which stars Tiger Shroff, Amitabh Bachchan, and Kriti Sanon and comes out on the same day as her movie Emergency.
Kangana Ranaut took to Twitter a while ago to criticize the people who made Ganapath for putting out the movie on the same day as her next movie, Emergency. In a series of tweets, the actress said that they decided to release the movie on October 20 after looking at the movie release schedule. But later, the people who made Ganapath decided to put it out on the same day even though September, November, and December were all free.
Kangana Ranaut wrote, “When I was looking for a date for the release of Emergency, I noticed that this year’s movie calendar is pretty empty. I think this is because the Hindi film industry has had some setbacks. Based on my post-production schedule, I chose October 20, and within a week, T series owner Bhushan Kumar agreed.” “Announced his film on October 20th, the whole month of October is free, as are November, December, and even September, but today Mr. Amitabh Bachchan and Tiger Shroff announced their ambitious project on October 20th, ha ha, panic meetings are happening in Bollywood mafia gangs,” she wrote in her next Tweet.
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