Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has decided to sue a film magazine because they invited her to their award and also wanted to give her an award for her performance in Thalaivii.
Speaking on Instagram, the Queen actor wrote: “I have banned immoral, corrupt and totally unfair practices like @filmfare since 2014 but given that I have been getting many calls from them to attend their award this year as they want to give me award for Thalaivii… I am shocked to know that I am still nominated. It is beneath my dignity, work ethic and value system to encourage such corrupt practices anyway, so I have decided to sue @filmfare… thank you.”
In an interview with Anupama Chopra and Rajeev Masand, Kangana Ranaut had spoken about how she was denied the award. He had said, “Initially you have this ideal idea of the system. This is about adding to your Wikipedia (page) so that everything is a picture of a fairy tale. I have had some very bad experiences. Early on, I got dressed up for some award, I don’t remember the award, but I was supposed to get the award for supporting cast for Life In A Metro. I got stuck in traffic. I started getting phone calls asking “where are you”. The hysteria and panic I experienced, I didn’t make it and Soha (Ali Khan) took it for Rang De Basadi.”
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut is directing her upcoming film Urgent, in which she portrays the role of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Recently, Mahima Chaudhary joined the cast of the film, who will play Pupul Jaykar.
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