Kangana Ranaut, a vocal Bollywood actress known for her bold opinions, has consistently spoken out against nepotism and its influence on actors in the industry. She has a strained relationship with star kids and filmmaker Karan Johar, often indirectly criticizing them.

In her latest outspoken stance, Kangana Ranaut indirectly questioned Alia Bhatt’s National Award win for Gangubai Kathiawadi, suggesting favoritism in the industry. Despite not mentioning Alia Bhatt by name, Kangana’s remarks during an interaction at the Times Now Summit hinted at her skepticism towards industry insiders receiving accolades.

Recently entering politics as the BJP MP from Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi constituency, Kangana Ranaut criticized Rahul Gandhi, labeling him as another industry insider benefiting from nepotism. She referenced the apparent favoritism towards star kids, implying that deserving talents like herself are overlooked in award distributions.

During the same interview, Kangana addressed support from Bollywood for her political venture, asserting that despite resistance from the nepotism mafia entrenched in the industry, many in Bollywood are supportive of her decision to enter politics. She highlighted the challenges faced by non-nepotistic talents like herself in an industry dominated by established family connections.

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