The letter reads: "We, the members of Entertainment Journalists' Guild of India, demand a written public statement from you, Balaji Films and Ms Ranaut, condemning the incident and in particular Ms Ranaut's behaviour. Unfortunately, the event took an unpleasant turn", the statement said.
Ekta concluded her apology by stating, "We would like to maintain that our intention was not to disrespect or hurt anyone's sentiments".
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The production house also hoped the media will not "let this one incident hamper the team effort that has gone behind making the film".
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An ugly exchange followed, with others including Ekta Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao trying to intervene in order to control the situation.
Kangana told the journalist, "Have I made a mistake by making a film?"
When the journalist called Kangana's action unfair and said that she was "intimidating" him, the actress said that she wasn't intimidating anyone and that she was just being candid.
A war of words is likely to break out against Kangana and Ekta Kapoor because Kangana apparently sees the apology from Balaji as a surrender and a compromise. User JustSay75 commented, "The fearless lady fears to mention kangana even once!"
The film is slated for a July 26 release.