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Has Kangana ended her spat with Karan

Saturday, February 03, 2018

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who his know for her blithe statements and eccentric behaviour, has seemingly ended her spat with director and host Karan Johar for good.

In a interview, the powerhouse performer, said Johar knows she did not 'hate' him, adding she has no personal agenda against the director.

She said at times she could be wrong but still had the right to speak against issues such as nepotism in the industry and other issues in order to correct the society.

Earlier, Ranaut had called the director 'flag-bearer of nepotism' on his show Koffee with Karan, to which Karan Johar seemingly reciprocated in a cryptic tweet. In his Twitter post, the director had advised the 'talent' to "stay away from overconfidence and delusion".

The actress is known for disclosing closed details of her personal life to shame former flames, she also gained massive support from fans for calling out the nepotism and sexism prevalent in the film industry.

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