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Varun Dhawan Saif Ali Khan and Karan Johar Apologise for Their Act on Kangana Ranaut and Nepotism

Varun Dhawan Saif Ali Khan and Karan Johar Apologise for Their Act on Kangana Ranaut and Nepotism

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It was IIFA Awards night when the three prominent people from the Bollywood industry threw a sarcastic jibe at Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut. It is everyone’s right to speak out what they feel, this is what Kangana Ranaut did on Karan Johar’s show Koffee With Karan when she blamed him for spreading nepotism in the Bollywood.

It seemed Karan Johar failed to digest the Nepotism remark and decided to took the revenge and he successfully took it by acting the “Nepotism Rocks” act in IIFA 2017. He was not alone actors Varun Dhawan and Saif Ali Khan co-joined him and took a dig at Kangana Ranaut. But now the table has turned, as all have apologized through various mediums for their act, despite Kangana not responding to their on-stage charade.

As reported, the jibe did not go down well and people reacted strongly to the distasteful humor. Varun Dhawan smelled the negativity he made people feel through his act and took no time for apologising profusely on his social media feed post the backlash. However, he chose to not name the actress acknowledge the IIFA mishap in his tweet.

While the Nawab, Saif Ali Khan made an apologizing statement in an interview,

 “I respect Kangana tremendously for what she’s achieved, for coming up the hard way. We’re a mutual admiration society. She also agrees that despite having illustrious parents, I too have had an uneven beginning in Bombay. I understand what Kangana means by her stance on nepotism, though I have a slightly different take on it. People knew who I was because of my parents but that didn’t necessarily give me an easy ride. Look at the spate of terrible movies I’ve starred in and you know that phase lasted for a long while.”

Source: DeccanChronicle

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On the other hand, Karan Johar too made a statement,

“Of course I don’t believe that ‘nepotism rocks’. Of course, I believe that only talent rocks. If anything that rocks, it’s your talent, hard work and conviction. It’s the energy you bring to your job. What we said was meant to be a joke, which I think has been misplaced, misunderstood and I think it went wrong. I regret it.”

 

Source: DeccanChronicle

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