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Kangana Ranaut questions blind items, Claims Sushant faced emotional lynching

Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise has left the Bollywood industry shook. However, something that has also added a lot of sparks is the debate about nepotism. And now, in a new video, Kangana Ranaut questions blind items, she has taken the debate a step further. The actress speaks about Emotional, psychological & mental lynching.

Kangana Ranaut’s video was captioned as, “Emotional, psychological & mental lynching • On an individual happens openly and we all are all guilty of watching it silently. Is blaming the system enough? Will there ever be change? Are we going to see a monumental shift in the narrative on how outsiders are treated?”

Kangana Ranaut questions blind items, wonders why aren’t they ever about nepo kids?

While Kangana Ranaut questions blind items, she also spoke about how Sushant’s father said that he was worried about the ongoing tension in the film industry. Kedarnath director, Abhishek Kapoor revealed how it was a systematic dismantling of her mind. Meanwhile, Ankita Lokhande went on to say how he could not bear the disrespect he had to face.

Bashing blind items, she mentioned some instances of news reporting about the late actor. Kangana highlighted various lies that have been spoken about him by journalists who have actually been nurtured by the movie mafias. During her video, she also recalled how she has herself been a subject to emotional lynching from the media.

The way Kangana Ranaut questions blind items has left many on the internet wondering just what is wrong with the industry. In fact, Kriti Sanon too had made a mention about these news pieces in one of her posts.

Narrating how senior journalists formed a guild against her, she also said how they went MIA once her film released. Concluding her video, Kangana questions if people have ever wondered why aren’t nepo kids targeted via these blinds? She also held people accountable for reading such news pieces.


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