Manikarnika: Kangana Ranaut's text message to Krish made public by sister Rangoli Chandel
It's been a while since all of Kangana Ranaut's films, before or after release, are inevitably finding themselves amid a chaotic controversy. This time around, it revolves around her latest outing, Manikarnika, that accidentally launched her as the director, after the original director Krish walked out of the project due to a difference of opinions (to put it mildly, actually). With the release, a can of worms opened up and a verbal spat between both the parties began.
In more than one interview, Krish had accused Kangana of a number of things, including cutting screen time of other characters short, re-shooting portions and using his full name Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi (and not Krish, the name he is known by). Kangana's sister Rangoli, who unconditionally has her sister's back no matter what the controversy is, has now posted a long text message that she claims Kangana sent out to Krish. In the message, apparently sent by Kangana, she addresses accusation brought against her point by point.
Apart from claiming that he had received only 30% of the promised payment, Krish had also revealed how, as per Kangana, the film had met with disapproval from the producers' side. "Kangana even told me that Zee Studios hadn't liked what I had made. It was looking like a Bhojpuri film. I laughed. People know my previous work. We argued but she wanted her own way. I just couldn't understand," he earlier told an entertainment portal.