Know why Kangana said, “Case me too”?

34 well-known Bollywood producers on Monday in Delhi High Court for ‘irresponsible reporting’ in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death against Republic TV, Arnav Goswami, Republic TV’s Pradeep Bhandari, Times Now, Rahul Shivshankar, and Navika Kumar Had litigated.

Kangana Ranaut has tweeted several back to back after the case was registered.

Kangana wrote, “Hashtags like #BollywoodStrikesBack are being used to clean up Bollywood, which is the gutter of drugs, exploitation, nepotism and jihad. Instead of cleaning it up, I say, do me a case too. Till then As long as I am alive, I will keep bringing out the reality of you all. “

She writes, “Big stars not only objectify women but also exploit young girls. They don’t allow young stars like Sushant Singh Rajput to emerge. They want to play the role of school kids at the age of 50.” If something is going wrong in front of them, then they do not take a stand for anyone. “

Has been accusing of a long time:

Kangana has been talking about nepotism in Bollywood for a long time. During the investigation into the death of Sushant Singh Rajput case, he also accused Bollywood many times.

Pointing to this, he again wrote in a tweet, “There is an unwritten law in the film industry. You hide my dirty secrets and I belong to you. This is the only measure of their loyalty. I have been watching since I was born.” That only a handful of film houses are running this industry. “

What is the matter:

Cine-TV Artist Association, The Film & TV with Yash Raj Films, Vinod Chopra Films, Excel Entertainment including production houses of many stars like Karan Johar, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Vishal Bhardwaj, Ajay Devgan, Rohit Shetty Pictures The Producers Council and the Screen Writers Association together have filed a case in the Delhi High Court.

Those who have filed a case in the Delhi High Court say that this case has been filed so as to prevent them from making derogatory and irresponsible remarks against Bollywood and Bollywood people. Along with this, there has been a demand to not interfere with the authority of privacy and to stop the media trial.

The petitioners contend that the defense cable television networks are bound by the program code of 1994 and all the objectionable things that have been heard against Bollywood should be withdrawn.

The petition also demanded a ban on the publication of abusive material about Bollywood on television channels as well as social media platforms. In a press release issued by the petitioners, these channels have been accused of saying ‘filth’, ‘garbage-garbage’ and ‘junkies’ about Bollywood.

Shivendra Pandey

A BJMC graduate in tv journalism. Exploring the way things persist!

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