Shubhangi Atre, Amrapali Gupta speak up on Kangana Ranaut's AIB video
Kangana Ranaut is unstoppable. She did not hesitate to take on influential people in Bollywood, be it Hrithik Roshan or Karan Johar. Now, in her new video in collaboration with All India Bakchod (AIB), Kangana is calling out the sexism in the Hindi film industry.
Kangana Ranaut exposes the treatment meted out to heroines in Bollywood in her new video and television actresses has this to say about it.
Devoleena Bhattacharjee: It's really none of my business but yes the way she made her points to the world with so much confidence is inspiring. She is so daring that is what I like about her. She proved that she doesn't need anyone to make her way. Her talent is enough to get her love and success. Anyway people call Einstein a crazy man, but we all know about him. People can't accept the change when it comes from a woman. For promotion everyone uses skin or bikini shots but she released a song and most of us are loving it.
Shubhangi Atre: Kangana's AIB song is trending. First of all I'm really no one to judge her. It's her take and liberty. As a viewer point, for me it was just like any other song. I really don't know the scenario of Bollywood, but the song really doesn't relate to our television industry.
Amrapali Gupta: I feel like Kangana's song is fabulous. She owns the daring power. She is keeping out her words in a fantastic way. Actually, our society loves girl talking about such words but not publicly. Hence she has been termed 'Crazy'.
Roop Durgapal: I found Kangana Ranaut's colloborational video with AIB hilarious yet at the same time full of things that we all know or have heard about but stay quiet. AIB and Kangana are both gutsy and bring some out of the box stuff. This one seems like an eye opener.
Tanya Sharma: First I found it hilarious second it's soo sassy and courageous of her to take up something like this! The song indirectly brought out the true facts. Society accept or not. The facts going to be the same. So the song must be taken with a good humour.
Mahika Sharma: Kangana's song was rocking. It brought the dark side of showbiz front camera. We all are loving it. Kangana is really inspiring. We all know how girl use to struggle to get a place into showbiz. But for now television is a good and practical medium to get showbiz dream come true.
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