Kangana Ranaut will not apologise: Rangoli Chandel on spat with reporter

Brenda Watkins
July 15, 2019

Producer Ekta Kapoor on Wednesday had issued a public apology to journalists after the Guild made a decision to boycott Kangana, who will be next seen in Judgementall Hai Kya produced by the former.

Her sister too has rudely written on Twitter lambasting the media about their ban and asking an apology from the Queen actress. Ekta Kapoor tweeted. And when a Twitter user replied to her saying that she could start planning a sequel and choose one of the two actors (Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao) for the protagonist, Ekta replied, "I can act also!"

"News soon came though of how the Entertainment Journalists" Guild of India had chose to ban Kangana until she apologised.

"A lot is being reported about the debate that ensued between our film JudgeMentall Hai Kya actor and a journalist, at the film's song launch event on July 7". Even as Justin Rao was responding to her accusations, the event managers took away the microphone, and he and other media persons was pushed around by bouncers at the event. The statement further read that "These so-called unprofessional Journalists mischievously seek to use public platform on every given opportunity, to illegally and criminally harass any celebrity including my said client, despite full knowledge that their illegal and criminal acts are not "freedom of speech but amounts to defamation". She also had tough words against the media and was also seen losing her language for it.

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Kangana pointed him and said he spread lies about her and bashed her film Manikarnika. She said she met a journalist one day and discussed serious issues like cow slaughter, plastic ban and he wrote just the opposite what she has said to him taking a jibe on her. "This behaviour and hurling abuses towards journalists is unacceptable".

The Press Club of India on Saturday also extended their support to the Mumbai Press Club for undertaking thorough enquiry of the matter.

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