Kangana Ranaut reacts to being trolled for Bollywood's most respected figure after Amitabh Bachchan claim: 'If not me then Who? Khans? Kapoors?' | Hindi Movie News

Kangana Ranaut reacts to being trolled for Bollywood’s most respected figure after Amitabh Bachchan claim: ‘If not me then Who? Khans? Kapoors?’ | Hindi Movie News

Kangana Ranaut‘s recent assertion that she is the most respected individual in Bollywood after Amitabh Bachchan has stirred a storm of controversy. The actress made this statement during an election rally, drawing widespread trolling on social media. Undeterred by the backlash, Kangana doubled down on her claim and took aim at other celebrities in the industry.
In a recent rally, Kangana Ranaut compared herself to the legendary Amitabh Bachchan, stating, “The whole country is surprised… whether I go to Rajasthan, or I go to West Bengal, or I go to Delhi, or I go to Manipur, it feels like there is so much love and respect.I can confidently say that after Amitabh Bachchan ji, if anyone gets such love and respect in the industry, I get it.”
Her remarks triggered a wave of criticism online. Responding to the backlash, Kangana took to Instagram to share a screenshot from a news portal and wrote, “I clearly mentioned Bharat and its various states where I get overwhelming love and reception as an artist for my art as well as my integrity as a nationalist, not just my acting but my work for woman empowerment is widely appreciated.”

Kangana Ranaut’s speech sparks controversy; netizens troll the actress for comparing herself to Amitabh Bachchan

Continuing her defense, she questioned, “I have a question for those who have an objection if not me after Big B, who gets the most amount of love and respect from Hindi films in Bharat? Khans? Kapoors? Who??? Can I also know please, I would correct myself.”

Meanwhile, Kangana, who is currently busy in her election campaign, said that she is not going to leave the film industry as many of her films are pending. She will be next seen in Emergency, which also marks her first solo directorial.

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