Kangana Ranaut calls out movie mafia; Says Akshay Kumar and others can’t praise Thalaivi openly

Kangana Ranaut’s latest film Thalaivi is based on the real-life story of former actor and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha.

Kangana Ranaut has made yet another controversial tweet about the Bollywood film industry. In her recent statement, she claimed that many actors such as Akshay Kumar had praised her movie Thalaivi secretly. She said that they can’t hail it openly due to the movie mafia.

“Bollywood is so hostile that even to praise me can get people in trouble, I have got many secret calls and messages even from big stars like @akshaykumar they praised @Thalaivithefilm trailer to the sky but unlike Alia and Deepika films, they can’t openly praise it. Movie mafia terror,” she wrote on Twitter

She also said that she wished the industry was “objective” and not have “power play” amongst the people.

“Wish an industry of art can be objective when it comes to art, and not indulge in power play and politics when it comes to cinema, my political views and spirituality should not make me a target of bullying, harassment and isolation but if they do, then obviously I will win …” she tweeted.

Thalaivi has received an overwhelming response with many taking to social media to hail the film. Director Ram Gopal Varma, actress Samantha Akkineni are some who have showered praise on the actress for her stellar performance.

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