Throwback: Kangana Ranaut hits out at Kareena Kapoor Khan for nepotism comment, warns ‘dumb nepo kids’

The Bollywood industry has largely been influenced by people who haven’t heir link-ups in the film industry without the shadow of any doubt. The so-called star kids of already established ones are already in the headlines for all the reasons and are allowed to stay there despite their success or failure.

On the contrary, talented ones are struggling to set their feet. To make things worse, the Bollywood industry even leaves people when they go through bad times. The untimely demise of Sushant Singh Rajput stirred a massive uproar on social media against nepotism.

After launching a scathing attack on stars like Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, and Taapsee Pannu, Kangana Ranaut has now launched a scathing attack on Kareena Kapoor Khan for her perspective on nepotism debate.

Quoting her, Kangana Ranaut’s team wrote on Twitter, “Yes Kareena ji, audience has made you all rich and famous but they didn’t know after getting undeserving success you all will turn Bollywood in to Bullywood, please explain 1) Why your best friend asked Kangana to leave the industry? 2) Why Sushant was banned from big production houses? 3) Why they called Kangana a witch and Sushant a rapist ? 4) Why your ecosystem call Kangana and Sushant Bipolar? 5) Why your fellow nepo kid after promising marriage filed criminal cases on her ? 6) Why Kangana and Sushant isolated in the industry never called for any parties? No one wishes them on their film releases birthdays or successes?”

Furthermore, Kangana’s team issued a warning for “nepo kids” saying, “Warning to all dumb nepo kids, don’t try and derail the topic, we don’t have any problem with your privileges, our problem is the way you treat us, Sushant has been murdered by your bullying and ganging up, he complained about film industry suffocating him and wanted to quit he also cried that you all called him a rapist and never gave him credit for his work, lets talk about these things how many films or dresses you have is not the topic of discussion right now, address these issues please.”