Twitterati Mock Karan Johar For Slamming Kangana Ranaut on Nepotism Remark http://blog.konkanitube.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/twitterati-mock-karan-johar-for-slamming-kangana-ranaut-on-nepotism-remark.jpg
Days after Kangana Ranaut slammed Karan Johar in his popular talk show ‘Koffee with Karan’, the filmmaker reacted to her allegations on nepotism during a recent interview at the London School of Economics. The director, who kept mum during his show, showed no qualms in sharing his opinion on being called the ‘flag bearer of nepotism’ in Bollywood.
Johar who accused Ranaut of “playing the woman and victim card” also said the actress should leave the industry. “I am done! You cannot be this victim at every given point of time who has a sad story to tell about how you’ve been terrorised by the bad world of the industry… leave it,” he said.
‘She deserves all the national awards, but I’m done with Kangana playing the victim card…’ @karanjohar #KaranJohar pic.twitter.com/85SyK1EZr0
— Neha Bhatt (@iAmNehaBhatt) March 5, 2017
From being sarcastic about Ranaut’s interpretation of ‘nepotism’ to mocking her for sharing her views on the hypocrisy in the industry, Johar showed no inhibitions in tossing a few taunts at her.
Johar slamming Ranaut for her fiery statements on the show has left Twitterati shocked. Many used the social media platform to vent their ire.
#KanganaRanaut was not playing the victim card, she owned @karanjohar and showed why she’s top of the Bollywood game. #GoKangana
— Karuna Nundy (@karunanundy) March 6, 2017
Kangana is right about Nepotism in b”wd & she is in bollywood by her endowment, so who is @karanjohar to ask her to leave bollywood?
— Swati Sinha (@MeSwati001) March 6, 2017
Karan johar who gets bullied by MNS behaves like he is the dada of bollywood.Good that Kangana showed him his place.
— Vasudha Venugopal (@vasudha_ET) March 6, 2017
It’s very harsh of @karanjohar to say “leave the industry”. That statement said a lot about his superiority.
Kangana Ranaut was right!!
— Zafreen Khan (@zafreen_sealife) March 6, 2017
Grow up @karanjohar now you are a father ! Don’t bully women. You & your ‘movie mafia’ don’t own the film industry. Kangana Ranaut rocks
— Aria (@adagio_aria) March 6, 2017
There is nothing wrong if Kangana Ranaut plays victim because no other heroine has been more victimised than her by the film mafia.
— Vivek Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) March 7, 2017
Isn’t it @karanjohar asking @kangna_ranaut to leave B’wood is intolerance of Faux Liberals & murder of space to dissent in Islamised B’wood.
— Deepak Jain (@1981_jain) March 6, 2017
Kangana Ranaut just referred to Karan Johar as the flag-bearer of nepotism and I screamed!!! Love love love this woman
— Gini Khan (@giniromet) March 6, 2017
@karanjohar you just proved that men cannot handle when Women have an opinion, just put them down by calling them names #KanganaRanaut
— Swati Rawat (@IamSwatiRawat) March 6, 2017
There were those who also spoke in favour of Karan Johar.
Frankly nothing wrong in what Karan Johar said about Kangana!With due respect to her coming up the hard way she’s made playing victim an art
— demigod (@anarkanu) March 7, 2017
Being”opinionated”&”outspoken” s NOT ExclusiveRight given 2 Kangana others can exercise it too.She n her supporters should gt used to it now
— Pari (@hrithik_pari) March 6, 2017
I Have Introduced 13 New Directors to the Film Industry who have No Connections with Bollywood
Kangana Doesnt know the Meaning Of Nepotism
— LOGAN (@surrealzakir) March 5, 2017