I’m done with Kangana Ranaut playing the woman and victim card: Karan Johar
Filmmaker Karan Johar says that if Kangana Ranaut finds the film industry so bad, she should leave it.
Karan opened up about Kangana accusing him of ‘nepotism’ on his chat show, during his recent interaction at an event in the London School of Economics.
“She was my guest and I had to hear what she had to say. She has a right to have an opinion. When she says ‘Flag bearer of Nepotism’, I just want to say her, I am glad she knows what it all means. I don’t think she has understood the entire meaning of the term. What is nepotism… am I working with my nieces, nephews, daughters, cousins? And what about those 15 filmmakers, who are not from the film industry, who I have launched and who did the movies. That we’re not going to talk about! Tarun Mansukhani, Puneet Malhotra, Shakun Batra, Shashank Khaitan… they all come from no film background. You give these people film careers and they have a platform to stand on and that’s the reverse of nepotism,” Karan said at the LSE event.
“I’m done with Kangana playing the woman and victim card. I am done! You cannot be this victim every time and have a sad story to tell about how you’ve been terrorised by the bad world of the industry … leave it.” Karan Johar.