Kangana Ranaut SLAMS Sonam Kapoor BRUTALLY for

Kangana said, "She isn’t known to be a great actress, neither she has the reputation of being a good speaker"

The #MeToo movement of Bollywood is the burning topic of the town. Over the weekend, Kangana Ranaut opened up on how Queen filmmaker Vikas Bahl would brag about having sex with a new partner every day and made her uncomfortable with his actions and conversations.

At a summit organised by a leading news channel, Sonam Kapoor expressed her viewpoint on the matter. She said, "I think Kangana wrote something. Kangana is obviously Kangana Ranaut. She says a lot of stuff and sometimes is hard to take her seriously. I love the fact that she has spunk and she says what she believes. I really respect for that. I don’t know him, I don’t know the situation. If what is written what is written is true, then it’s disgusting and awful. If it’s true, then they should be punished for it."

This has obviously not gone down well with Kangana who hit back saying, "What does she mean by saying 'It's hard to believe Kangana....when I am sharing my #MeToo story... Who gives her a right to judge me? So, Sonam Kapoor has the license of trusting some women and some she won’t. What makes her so unsure of my claims, I am known to be an articulate person, I have represented my country in many international summits, I am called as a thought and youth influencer to these summits. I am not known because of my dad I have earned my place and credibility after struggling for a decade. She isn’t known to be a great actress, neither she has the reputation of being a good speaker...... What gives these filmy people right to take digs at me!!!! I will demolish each one of them just how I demolished So-dumb."

Well, the war of words has just begun. We wonder how many more reactions are yet to pop up for the ongoing #MeToo movement.

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