'This is why I call industry gutter': Kangana Ranaut strongly reacts to Raj Kundra's arrest; promises to expose B-town

Kangana further promised to expose Bollywood with her next production venture, 'Tiku weds Sheru'

'This is why I call industry gutter': Kangana Ranaut strongly reacts to Raj Kundra's arrest; promises to expose B-town

Actress Kangana Ranaut and Businessman Raj Kundra. Photos: PTI.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 20

Kangana Ranaut has strongly reacted to businessman Raj Kundra's arrest. Taking to her Instagram stories, and the actress slammed Kundra for allegedly making pornographic films and publishing them through apps.  

Adding to this, the actress has further promised to expose Bollywood with her next production venture, Tiku weds Sheru.  

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“This is why I call movie industry a gutter… all that glitter is not gold, I am going to expose under belly of Bullywood in my upcoming production called Tiku weds Sheru..we need strong value system and conscience in the creative industry and of course a whip..", reads Kangana's Instagram story. 

A screenshot of Kangana Ranaut's Instagram story. 

While Kangana harshly reacted, several B-town stars are siding with Kundra. Bollywood reporter, Virak Bhayani, shared a video of the Punjabi singer addressing Kundra's arrest. 

"#rajkundra is a good guy, I don't have much knowledge about his app but let the truth come out says #mikasingh", read Viral Bhayani's caption. 

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