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Kangana Ranaut had told Swara Bhaskar – fawning, now the actress gave a befitting reply

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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is in discussion about her statements these days. Recently he has targeted fiercely on Swara Bhaskar. In an interview, Kangana told Swara to be sycophantic, which Swara did not like at all. Now Swara has given a befitting reply to Kangana Ranaut by tweeting.

Swara wrote in tweeting, “Kangnaji ran parallel cinema with ‘Pather Panchali’ in 1955, started Feminism with Queen’s film in 2013, but first of all he got India independence in 1947, an unknown sycophant. The needy, the outsider, eating the fruit of flattery (mango) and licking fingers. ”

In response, Kangana wrote, “Swara or no one else was born during the golden phase of cinema. The industry was captured by gangster mafias and dons. Parallel cinema came out in 2014 after Queen’s arrival. Correct us if we are wrong, tell what happened? ”

After this, Swara Bhaskar tweeted constantly on Kangana Ranaut. He wrote that Kanganaji and his team Satyajit Ray’s ‘Pather Panchali’ in 1955 is considered to be the debut of Parallel Sinma. Along with him, Mrinal Sen and Ritwik Ghatak are considered to be the parents of this Sinma. In the 70s New Wave came to Sinma (Mani Kaul, Kumar Shahani, Saeed Mirza, Shyam Benegal, Kundan Shah others) as well as Sai Paranjpe ji etc. in Central Cinema. Faruk Sheikh sir, Deepti Naval ji, Amol Palekar saheb are memorable faces. In the post-2000 Bollywood Bollywood cinema, I consider Peepli Live, Bheya Fry, Khosla’s Nest in Parallel Space. Queen (2013) was a mainstream film for me.

He further wrote, “With Tanu Weds Manu, you, Anand Rai and Himanshu Sharma gave a facelift to commercial mainstream Bollywood. Not Queen Parallel Sinma. The talk of Feminist films came before English Vinglish (2012), Queen. Sridevi and Gauri Shinde deserve credit.

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