Singling out Alia Bhatt and Aamir Khan, she said at a press interaction that she has had enough of Bollywood ganging up against her for her outspokenness, and vowed to "expose" each and every one of them.
With the film showing so signs of slowing down at the box office, there are speculations that the final collections of the film will beat other female-driven films, thus leaving Kangana with two of the top three spots to her credit.
While Alia later reacted to it saying that she was not aware of the controversy Manikarnika was facing as she was busy shooting, Kangana further attacked her saying that she should not remain Karan Johar's "puppet".
Looks like Ali Bhatt has gotten on Kangana Ranaut's bad side, because the latter feels Alia didn't support her during the release of Manikarnika. "They have formed a gang, 'Why did she speak on nepotism?'" "I didn't do anything to get a reaction like this", she told DNA. Kangana said that she had called up Alia personally and told her to "grow a spine" and that if she remains a "puppet" of Karan Johar's, she (Kangana) can not consider her successful.
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Tanushree added that while she hadn't seen Manikarnika yet, her parent watched it opening week and were all praises for Kangana's performance. Basically, it wasn't my intention.
She alleged that she always encouraged good movies and the craftsmanship shown by the actors, but, this cold response from the industry on her periodic movie shook her.
Just recently, the Hotel Mumbai actor held a #AskAnupam session on Twitter, giving fans an opportunity to ask him whatever they want.
Kangna had expected the same reaction from Alia, but failing to receive the same treatment she came down harsh on her.