Kangana Ranaut complimented the “movie mafia” for taking tiny steps that are “crucial” for theatrical distribution of the films in her recent Instagram Stories. Kangana Ranaut previously mocked Gangubai Kathiawadi, calling Alia a “bimbo” and claiming that the film’s main flaw is “poor casting.”
On Saturday, Kangana took to her Instagram Stories and wrote, “Happy to hear theatres are being revived in South film industry with record breaking collections. I hear some baby steps are being taken in Hindi belt also. With recent female centric film which has a big hero and a super star director. They may be baby steps but they are not insignificant. They will be crucial for theatres which are on ventilators here. Great.”
She added, “Never expected that movie mafia will rise to the occasion and do something good. If they do we will be absolutely appreciative. Hoping for the best.”
Kangana was last seen on screen in Thalaivii, a political biography that came out last year. This year, she will appear in two films: Dhaakad and Tejas. In addition, the actor will host the upcoming reality show Lock Upp, which will premiere on MX Player and Alt Balaji on February 27.