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Kangana Ranaut calls Deepika Padukone’s Gehraiyaan a bad movie, says ‘no amount of skin show or pornography can save it’

Kangana Ranaut has slammed Deepika Padukone’s Gehraiyaan as a ‘bad movie’ and said that “no amount of skin show or pornography can save it”.

Days subsequent to suddenly erupting at a columnist over an inquiry including Deepika Padukone, Kangana Ranaut has now apparently written a note for the entertainer’s most recent delivery, Gehraiyaan. The film is about complex current connections and delivered on Amazon Prime Video on Friday.

Saturday night, Kangana took to her Instagram Stories to share Manoj Kumar and Mala Sinha’s well known melody, Chand Si Mehbooba Ho Meri from the 1965 film, Himalay Ki God Mein. The melody has Manoj Kumar singing on the banks of a waterway and bordering regions and Mala moving around in a lehenga. It was sung by unbelievable artist arranger Mukesh. The film rotated around Manoj Kumar’s personality Dr Sunil, who experienced passionate feelings for Mala Sinha’s Phoolwa in the town in spite of being locked in to Shashikala’s Dr Neeta.

Throwing shade at Gehraiyaan, Kangana wrote, “I am also a millennial but I identify and understand this kind of romance … in the name of millennial/new age/urban movies don’t sell trash pls … bad movies are bad movies no amount of skin show or pornography can _ save it … it’s a basic fact koi gehraiyaan wali baat nahi hai (there is no depth in it).”

Earlier this month, Kangana launched her new reality show, Lock Upp at an event and later interacted with the media. She lost her cool when a journalist asked her take on an influencer shaming Deepika for her ‘hemlines and necklines’ during Gehraiyaan promotions. Kangana turned down her question, saying, “Look, I am here to defend those who can’t defend themselves. Alright? She can defend herself. She has the privilege, the platform and I can’t promote her film here. Sit down.”

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