Kangana guns for Urmila now

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Kangana guns for Urmila now

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Mumbai: In the past few weeks, Kangana Ranaut has become a motor-mouth, speaking seemingly without much thought. While she hit out at veteran actor Jaya Bachchan a few days back, in a recent interview, the Gangster actress called Urmila Matondkar a ‘soft porn star’.

The attack comes after the Rangeela star had criticised Kangana’s claims about the Bollywood drug nexus in an interview.

 

Kangana claimed that Urmila is not known for her acting but for ‘other things’, and added that the Pinjar star ‘can get a ticket from a (political) party anytime’.

Many celebrities have come out in support of Urmila. Swara Bhasker, Anubhav Sinha, Farah Khan Ali, Pooja Bhatt and others, while not naming Kangana in their tweets, have sent messages of appreciation to Urmilla.

As the backlash intensified, Kangana tweeted in her own defense, talking about Sunny Leone and calling out ‘fake feminists’.

“Liberal brigade once virtually lynched a renowned writer into silence for saying people like Sunny Leone should not be our role models, Sunny is accepted by the industry and entire India as an artist, suddenly fake feminists equating being a porn star to something derogatory,” she wrote.

 

While there are people coming in support of Urmila, a section of twitterati spoke in favour of Kangana.


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