A collage of Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Kangana Ranaut
There were reports claiming that star couple Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor will play Goddess Sita and Lord Ram in Nitesh Tiwari's 'Ramayana.'
Kangana took to Instagram and criticised the casting for the film.
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She wrote: "Recently, I am hearing news about another coming up Bolly Ramayana... Where a skinny white rat (so-called actor) who desperately needs some sun tan and conscience he is infamous for doing nasty underhand PR about almost everyone in the industry... known for womanising and drug addiction after desperately trying to prove himself Lord Shiva in a trilogy (which no one watched or want to make more parts of) has now grown fancy to be Lord Rama..."
The media reports also claimed that south star Yash would essay the role of Raavan.
"Whereas a young southern superstar who is known to be self-made, a devoted family man a traditionalist also according to Valmiki ji description he looks more like Lord Rama in his complexion, demeanour and facial features... is offered to play Ravana...What kind of Kalyuga is this?? No pale-looking druggie soy boy should play Lord Rama .... Jai Shri Ram."
Kangana then added a danger gif and wrote: "If you hit me once I will hit you till you dead!!! Don't mess with me stay away!!!!"
On the acting front, Kangana has a slew of releases including 'Emergency', 'Tejas', 'Chandramukhi 2', 'Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda' and 'The Incarnation: Sita'.
Kangana calls Ranbir 'skinny white rat' for starring as Lord Ram in 'Ramayana'
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