They demanded an apology from Kangana in lieu of her rude and unacceptable behaviour.
"An unregistered and unrecognised forum has been formed called Entertainment journalist guild, which has neither gotten any legal sanctity nor any legal standing and the members of this forum without considering the gravity of the issue going all out for kangana, But now I will get them in".
The letter also urged the unregistered "Entertainment Journalist Guild" organisation to make their stand against such issue and stop directly supporting and encouraging unprofessional journalists through such mediums. Kangana's remarks were described as "uncivilised, uncultured and unruly" by the Press Club of India, which backed the Guild's decision to ban her. Kangana pinpoints to the journalist she bashed at the event and then said that he had criticised a few of the projects she had done including Manikarnika. While Ekta had apologised on social media to the media, Kangana along with her sister, Rangoli Chandel slammed the media for asking the actress to apologies.
"We the Press Club of India are aghast, anguished and shocked at the incident involving an actress of Bollywood using uncivilised, uncultured, filthy and abusive language against the media persons".More news: Djokovic vs. Federer Head to Head: Record & Grand Slams Won
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The production house also expressed the hope the media will not "let this one incident hamper the team effort that has gone behind making the film".
"We would like to maintain that our intention was not to disrespect or hurt anyone's sentiments", the statement concluded. They attend press conferences to get free food. Shraddha Kapoor was also banned by photographers when she refused to pose for them.
He said he met the actor briefly for an interview and there were no personal messages.