Every time Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut lands in a trouble, her sister Rangoli comes to the rescue of Queen actress. Rangoli, in a recent attack on star kids of Bollywood, said 'Nepotism Mafia' in B-town is causing fears among young directors of South.
It is known that Kangana's latest film 'Mental Hei Kya' is being directed by Raghavendra Rao's son Prakash Kovelamudi. Going into the news, the controversial actress has expressed discontent over some scenes in the film. Later, Prakash has revealed to media that Kangana told him that she will redirect those scenes of the film and he has agreed to it.
When an English daily published an article about the same, titled 'Kangana takes over direction again', her sister Rangoli reacted quite seriously. She said that "nepotism mafia in Bollywood is behind this news, but not every filmmaker likes to spoon feed the star kids. Some directors want artists to help them in all aspects. In the case of Kangana, she opened the doors for newcomers like Anand L Rai, Vikash Bahl and others. Some South filmmakers are scared to enter Bollywood, considering this kind of news."
'At least by reading this news, freshers will now make a queue to Kangana Ranaut. So, I request everyone not to compare Kangana with either Alia Bhatt or Deepika Padukone, because she did not get a chance to work with star directors and producers. But still, she managed to make her mark in the industry,' stated Rangoli and once again stood in support of her sister Kangana.