Kangana Ranaut fearlessly made such shocking revelations in her recent appearance on 'Aap Ki Adalat' that it seemed like the whole nation paused, sat up, absorbing and hanging on to every word of the actress. While the thunder from that episode had yet to subside, Kangana has dropped yet another bomb, just as powerful and impactful as the last one.
The 'Queen' actress recently collaborated with YouTube's popular channel All India Bakchod AKA AIB, and with great panache and style, has given a tight slap in the face of the ever prevailing sexism and nepotism in the Indian film industry. The video kicks off with the director even refusing to acknowledge the existence of the term 'female lead', and his brain clicks only when Kangana says she is the hero's 'love interest'. The video then dives straight into a dance number, which can be called a parody to the tunes of Jacqueline Fernandez's famous song 'Chittiyan Kallaiyan'. He lyrics revolve around the aparntly heavy sexism and nepotism faced by actors in Bollywood and how in the end on has to simply accept it and bear with it.
Check out the video here: