Mumbai, September 16
Kangana Ranaut on Wednesday reacted sharply to veteran actor and MP Jaya Bachchan’s “thaali” feedback within the Parliament, claiming that she didn’t obtain something on the platter.
On Tuesday, Bachchan, via a Zero Hour point out in Rajya Sabha, mentioned the leisure business was being flogged by social media and requested the federal government to guard and assist it.
“People who have made a name in this industry have called it a gutter. I completely disagree… I was really embarrassed and ashamed that yesterday (September 14) one of our members in the Lok Sabha, who is from the industry, spoke. I am not taking names. It is a shame,” Bachchan mentioned in a transparent reference to Lok Sabha MP Ravi Kishan and Ranaut’s statements on the alleged Bollywood drug cartel.
“Jis thali mein khate hai Usme chhed karte hai. Galat baat hai,” she mentioned referring to a well-liked Hindi proverb that interprets to biting the hand that feed you.
Ranaut, who has been within the information for her provocative feedback, had slammed Bachchan on Tuesday and he or she upped her assault on Wednesday.
“Which plate are you referring to Jaya ji? A thaali (plate) was given, during which a two-minute function, merchandise numbers and a romantic scene had been supplied and that too solely after sleeping with hero.
“I taught feminism to the film industry, decorated the ‘thaali’ with patriotic films. This is my own plate Jaya ji, it is not yours,” she wrote in Hindi on Twitter.
Ranaut’s tweet drew sharp criticism from her “Tanu Weds Manu” co-star Swara Bhasker, who known as the actor’s remark “sickening” and “shameful”.
“Keep the dirt of your mind limited to yourself. If you want to abuse me, then please go-ahead… I will gladly listen to your nonsense and fight this mud wrestling with you. Respect for elders is the first lesson taught in Indian culture and you are a self-proclaimed nationalist,” Bhasker mentioned.
Filmmaker Alankrita Srivastava additionally known as out Ranaut for her tweet.
“There is nothing feminist about abusing generations of women who have cleared the way so we can enjoy the opportunities we do. Being abusive towards women like Indira Jaising and Jaya Bachchan is not okay. It is shameful. #JustSaying,” she tweeted.
Bachchan was praised by a lot of her colleagues in Bollywood for elevating her voice within the House in opposition to these defaming the Hindi movie business. — PTI