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Tweets of a girl against Karan Johar’s remarks on Kangana Ranaut went viral!

Kangana Ranaut’s debut appearance on Karan Johar’s show Koffee with Karan was daring and extremly honest and the she is not the one who minces her words. She directly questioned the nepotism that is practiced by the insiders of the industry with a straight face. She was only asked to leave if she was terrorised by the industry like this.

Karan responded to saying, ”I gave her the platform to speak and now this is my platform so here I am speaking what I want to. I want to conclude by saying I am done with Kangana playing the woman card and the victim card”. His statement was quick to go viral online with many siding with him but a lot of people were infuriated by these remarks.

The remarks of Shreya Ila Anasuya were the ones that caught the viral fever. She called out Karan Johar and his remarks on Kangana through a series of tweets.


Anasuya not only tweet against Karan Johar’s remarks on Kangana Ranaut, she showed in these tweets, which were directed towards him, saying that he has only made films that are patriarchal and he practised nepotism in the industry.


She reminded him by not mincing words that he wasn’t a saintly figure for not censoring the point of view of Kangana about the practices of the industry as she was just utilising her freedom of speech rightfully. She wrote on twitter that when he makes it about an individual and makes that individual the problem of his own smugness and ignorance that he himself is showing, he should check his privilege. Here are Shreya Ila Anasuya’s tweets in reply to Karan Johar’s remark on Kangana Ranaut’s stand on industry’s nepotism:



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