Kangna’s team alleged that Mahesh Bhatt called Kangana crazy but also insulted her. In his tweet, he has asked why Mahesh Bhatt is so interested in the relationship between Sushant Singh Rajput and Riya Chakraborty.
Since the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, there has been widespread debate in the industry about nepotism. All the stalwarts of Bollywood are trolling on their social media accounts and this is because of their association with Sushant or Nepotism in some way. Amidst all this, recently, Mahesh Bhatt’s daughter Pooja Bhatt tweeted and expressed her views on nepotism.
He said that it is ridiculous that the same family is being targeted which has launched so many new talented artists, musicians and technicians that the entire industry has not combined. He also wrote that Kangna Ranaut was also launched by Special Films. A film and production company owned by Mukesh Bhatt and Mahesh Bhatt. The name of the film was- Gangster.
On this tweet by Pooja Bhatt, Team Kangna Ranaut has tweeted several successive tweets. In the tweet, Kangana’s team wrote, “Dear Pooja, Anurag Basu’s sharp eyes had seen Kangana Ranaut. Everyone knows that Mukesh Bhatt does not like to pay artists, all studios do it so that they are talented artists. Can be cast for free, but it does not give your father a license to throw slippers on him. “
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Why is there interest in Sushant-Riya case
In the next tweet by Kangana’s team, he alleged that Mahesh Bhatt called Kangana crazy but also insulted him. In his tweet, he has asked why Mahesh Bhatt is so interested in the relationship between Sushant Singh Rajput and Riya Chakraborty. Kangana’s team wrote in their tweet that they should also ask some questions to their father.
The team wrote in a tweet that apart from the gangster, Kangana had also auditioned for Pokiri, so to think that Kangana is everything because of the gangster today is completely absurd. Water finds its place on its own.