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Kangana Ranaut ashamed of her statement and told Alia Bhatt after watching ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut was seen getting aggressive on Alia Bhatt before the release of the film ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’. Kangana called her father Mahesh Bhatt a ‘movie mafia’ while describing Alia as ‘papa’s angel’. However, now after watching the film, Kangana’s tone has changed. Also, the actress could not stop herself from praising Alia.

Kangana praises Alia

Kangana Ranaut has shared a note on the story of her official Instagram account. In which she has been seen tying a bridge without praising Alia without taking her name. In the note, the actress wrote, “Happy to hear that South Film Industry has revived theaters with record-breaking collections. Baby steps are also being taken from the Hindi belt side. With the recent women centric movie starring a big hero and a superstar director. These may be small steps, but not insignificant.

Actress hopes for the best

Kangana did not stop here and she further wrote, ‘This is important for those theaters who are on ventilator… Amazing. Never expected that movie mafia would rise to the occasion and do something good. If they do that, then we praise them. Let’s hope for the best.

Kangana had taunted

Let us tell you that before the release of the film, Kangana Ranaut had raised a lot of criticism of Alia and Mahesh Bhatt by writing a long note. In which the actress wrote, ‘200 crores are going to be burnt to ashes this Friday. For a papa’s (movie mafia daddy) angel (who likes to hold a British passport), because papa believes romcom bimbo can act. The biggest omission of the film is the wrong casting. They won’t improve (these people don’t even want to change). No wonder films from South and Hollywood are going to the screens. Bollywood’s luck will be bad as long as the film mafia has the power.

Aaliya had retaliated

Alia Bhatt answered Kangana Ranaut’s words through a shloka from Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta. Alia Bhatt said, ‘Lord Krishna had said in the Gita that doing nothing is equal to doing a lot. That’s all I want to say.