Kangana Ranaut's Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi was expected to do wonders at the box office. However, it has failed to live up to expectations. Neither did it entertain the critics nor the audience. So who is to be blamed for this failure? Well, since its onset, something has been really wrong with this supposed magnum opus. After several delays, it was the director of the film Krish who left the project mid-way. Kangana then stepped into his shoes and took charge. While the reason for his exit was said to be his other professional commitments, it is now that Krish has come forward to share his side of the story. In one of the recent interviews with Bollywood Hungama, he blamed Kangana Ranaut and said that he worked on the film for 400 days, after which, it was the end for him.
Now, it is Apurva Asrani who has come out in support of Krish. If one recalls, Apurva had a similar tiff with Kangana Ranaut during the shooting of Simran. He was the writer of the film, however, Kangana bought a few changes to the script and took away the credit of the writer of the film. So on Twitter, Apurva has lashed out at Kangana, once again, and has called her 'insecure'. He went on a Twitter rant saying that this is how Kangana plays a 'brutal game' in reference to Krish' interview.
Not just Apurva, even Pooja Bhatt expressed sympathy for Krish by saying that 'this is not the industry I was born to'.
Let's wait and watch what Kangana has to say in response.