Kangana Ranaut’s Team Hits Back At Anurag, Calls Him ‘Mini Mahesh Bhatt’


The twitter war between actress Kangana Ranaut, Taapsee Pannu, Richa Chadha, and Swara Bhasker has escalated and engulfed the social media. The latest to join the conversation is filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.

The filmmaker who is pretty active on twitter wrote a thread where he addressed the team of Kangana Ranaut and said,


“I will say @KanganaTeam Enough. And if it is not visible even to your family members and to your friends, then the same is true that everyone is using you and you have no one today. The rest is your wish to abuse me.”

Kangana Mahesh Bhatt (1)
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Replying to the tweet, the Kangana Ranaut Team called Anurag Kashyap a mini Mahesh Bhatt and wrote,

“Here is mini Mahesh Bhatt telling Kangana she is all alone and surrounded by fake people who are using her, anti-nationals, urban Naxals, the way they protect terrorists now protecting movie mafia.”

In another tweet, the team continued the attack and wrote,

“Bloodthirsty terrorism promoters urban Naxals & anti-nationals have come out in full force, they call themselves anti-establishment but now ganging up on lone warrior to protect people who psychologically & emotionally lynched Sushant. Did they say a word when he was bullied & killed?”

Anurag Kashyap Hits Back

In a series of tweets, Anurag Kashyap hit back at Kangana and wrote,


“By not showing Kangana the mirror and holding it to her head, you are finishing her. I have nothing more to say. What the hell are you doing? This will end here. I adore you a lot but I will not tolerate this, Kangana. She talks badly about her directors, sits during edits, and cuts the role of her co-stars. Directors who previously worked with her are running away from her. This is the power she feels she earned to suppress others. Success and power hit everyone be if insider and outsider. Learn from me and be like me – I never head this from her mouth till 2015, and from there it reached here. That those who are not on her side have ulterior motives.”


Source: The Times of India