Adding to the growing controversy surrounding Mahesh Babu’s comments on Bollywood, Kangana Ranaut has said that the Telugu star was totally right, and Bollywood certainly can’t tolerate stars like her at all. She was speaking on the sidelines of the second trailer launch of her upcoming film Dhaakad.
Just last week, Telugu star Mahesh Babu was asked about his entry into Hindi films, and in this, he said that Bollywood ‘cannot afford him. However, later on, he made it very clear that he does not want to work for ‘another industry’ at all. And just want to concentrate more and more on Telugu films.
When asked to comment on Telugu star Mahesh’s statement, Kangana told the media, He is absolutely right, Bollywood can’t stand Telugu star Mahesh Babu at all as she knows for a fact that many filmmakers offer her multiple films. And he and his generation have single-handedly made the Telugu film industry the number 1 film industry in India. So right now Bollywood absolutely certainly cannot afford them at all.
All languages are equally respected in our country
She has said that why do they create controversy over small things? If the Telugu star said that in some context. He feels it just makes sense. We can also say that Hollywood cannot afford us at all or we can say it the way we want to speak. But here’s the thing, she seems to have shown a lot of respect for her work and the industry. And that is the only reason why they have reached the level they are at today and we cannot deny it at all. The Telugu film industry has got absolutely nothing on the plate. He has pretty much-outdone everyone in recent years, even the Tamil industry. We have a lot to learn from them. As far as these languages are concerned. She has talked about it in detail. She also believes that all languages are equally respected in our country. It is a small matter that we have a lot of respect for each other’s languages.
Kangana has also said that a non-Marathi speaking person moving to Maharashtra must learn Marathi and a non-Hindi speaking person moving to North India should learn Hindi.