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Et Tu, Kangana? As she picks on a journalist, Kangana Ranaut falls prey to her own nemesis, 'toxic celebrity'!

It is now a sad truth that celebrities in positions of power will almost certainly abuse it. They could be Karan Johar. Or, ironically, Kangana Ranaut.

Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi was a bad film.

There, I said it. The content, the intent was not bad — but the product was horrendous.

And Kangana Ranaut as Manikarnika was appalling.

Me, expressing this view as a reviewer or as a movie lover, is not akin to a “smear campaign”. It’s just that — a view, an opinion, a smear campaign. That’s what Kangana apparently doesn’t get.

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