Kangana Ranaut is all praises for Akshay Kumar for taking up women-centric films

Kangana Ranaut is known to keep her strong opinions and never neglects to call 'a spade a spade'. As recently in an interview with Spotboye, the 'Judgementall Hai Kya' on-screen character talked about how women-centric movies are looked down on by film going crowds, whom she claimed are around 80 percent males.

In a similar interview, Kangana additionally commended Akshay Kumar for raising a women drivenfilm like 'Mission Mangal' in front of the audience.

The entertainer told, "Mission Mangal (MOM) is basically a women scientist accomplishment film. In any case, Akshay someplace should be given credit that at any rate, he is carrying these movies to the cutting edge, generally, these accounts never get affirmed. It isn't that Mission Mangal simply occurred, it happened 5-6 years prior and it is just gratitude to him that today it is coming to light".

She included, "Few males chose to help Manikarnika henceforth it was made with the goal that they have to perceive and furthermore to totally denying to play an important role in a woman driven film by male legends is so awful and it is so off-base. In the event, that big stars are giving their countenances and loaning their star capacity to such extends it is all right."

Kangana's last release was Judgementall Hai Kya, inverse Rajkummar Rao. The film did good business in the cinema world and was lauded by critics for its innovative narrating. She will be viewed as the lead in J Jayalalithaa biopic and an outright actioner Dhaakad.

by Lokendra Sharma | Wed, Sep 11 - 01:50 PM

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