Pooja Confronts Kangana in Nepotism Debate With Videos From The Past

Pooja Bhatt shared some videos of Kangana Ranaut from the past, where the latter can be seen thanking Mukesh Bhatt and the Gangster team in an award ceremony that was hosted by Karan Johar. Alia Bhatt’s Sister: Pooja Bhatt who is also an actor and filmmaker by profession, recently entered the ongoing nepotism debate. Pooja took with a heavy hand all those people who called out the Bhatt family nepotistic ignoring their decades-old contribution to the industry. Kangana Ranaut’s team was quick to hit back and reverted with the reply that Mukesh Bhatt does not like to pay artists, and opted for newcomers instead.

Pooja Kangana Nepotism
Pooja Kangana Nepotism

Yesterday, Pooja Bhatt shared a clip from the 2006 Filmfare Awards ceremony where Kangana was awarded the Face Of The Year award for her debut film. Pooja wrote in her tweet,

“Guess videos lie too? Upside-down face Besides, it takes two to battle. I leave the denials & accusations to more evolved souls. I rather put forth facts.”

Talking about Gangster, it was backed by Vishesh Films- a firm that is co-owned by Pooja and Alia’s father Mahesh Bhatt and uncle Mukesh Bhatt. In this video, while giving her acceptance speech Kangana could be heard thanking both the team and filmmaker Duo: Mukesh and Mahesh Bhatt. Kangana can also be seen giving a congratulatory hug to Mukesh Bhatt on her way to the stage.

Kangana’s Team Reverts Back

Sometime back, Alia’s Big Sis, Poojam had also tweeted that Kangana was spotted by Anurag Basu but got her entry ticket into Bollywood because of the Bhatt Clan. Kangana‘s team reposed to Pooja’s claims and tweeted,

“Dear @PoojaB1972, #AnuragBasu had keen eyes to spot Kangana’s talent, everyone knows Mukesh Bhatt does not like to pay artists, to get talented people for free is a favour many studios do on themselves but that doesn’t give your father a license to throw chappals at her .”

Pooja Kangana Nepotism
Pooja Kangana Nepotism

Gangster Was A 2006 Vishesh Films Project

Kangana’s fans were quick to notice that our Manikarnika ignored Karan Johar, who was hosting the 2006 Filmfare Awards ceremony.


Gaurav Gupta

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