Kangana Ranaut defends Ekta Kapoor, saying she is not a part of ‘bully gang’

Author: Yuvi February 20, 2022

Kangana Ranaut defends Ekta Kapoor, saying she is not a part of 'bully gang'


Lock Up host and controversy queen Kangana Ranaut has claimed in an unseen video shared by a fan page that she has no problem with nepotism. In the same breath, she also defended the producer of her new reality TV show Ekta Kapoor and claimed that Ekta was never part of a ‘bullying gang’.

Kangana told that there is a difference between gang up against outsiders and nepotism.

He said, “Nepotism was never my problem. Because of nepotism, the problem was increasing on outsiders. There is a difference. If you are doing your work calmly then it doesn’t matter (if you do your work quietly). But to say that ‘These are outsiders, they should not be yah because this is our father’s world (they are outsiders and should not be here because this is the place of our ancestors), is it Isn’t it wrong? Have been part of a bully gang, that I can assure you.”

Kangana’s upcoming show Lock Up: Badmaash Jail Attyari Khel will be streamed live on ALTBalaji and MX Player and will start from February 27. Kangana Ranaut will have 16 popular celebrity contestants jailed. They will compete for the most basic amenities as they fight for the title of winner.

The celebrity contestants will soon be revealed to the audience, who can also interact with them for the first time and become a unique part of the show.

Lock Up Stream Live on Alt Balaji and MX Player Live from February 27, 2022.

20 February, 2022, 12:15 pm

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