Kangana Ranaut is in news again and not for the right reasons. After Manikarnika failed to impress the audience as promised, Kangana shifted the blame on Krish Jagarlamudi who worked on the project with Kangana.
Talking to an entertainment website, Kangana said, "Yes, I also read about zero recovery of NTR, it's called black mark on the actor’s career. My heart goes out to Balakrishna sir who trusted Krish and put so much at stake, but for me now is the time to question every vulture who was out for my blood, who attacked and harassed me for taking charge of a troubled situation and making a critically acclaimed and commercially successful film (Manikarnika), but what is shameful is that Krish and some paid media ran a sabotage campaign against a martyr’s biopic. Honestly, I am embarrassed of them, our freedom fighters gave blood for some thankless fools."
Kangana has earlier accused director Krish of abandoning Manikarnika for directing NTR's biopic while the latter accused the actress of taking over the project all of a sudden and not using his name as Krish in the credits but as Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi which, he states he never use.
Krish had also earlier said that Kangana is difficult to work with and after all the hullabaloo of the Manikarnika row before and after the release if anyone would want to work with her in future.
On the work front, Kangana will now be seen in Mental Hai Kya opposite Rajkummar Rao that is slated to hit the theatres on March 29.