Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut has been grabbing headlines since very long time. The actress never shies away from putting forth her opinions and is not the one to mince her words while at that. The actress recently locked into war of words with Maharashtra government. Kangana has claimed that about 99 per cent of the Hindi industry folks are into drugs. His claims obviously irked many. Well, there has always been a hint of this dark side of the industry. But now everything is out in open ever since Rhea Chakraborty’s drug-related chat was out in open in media, in link to the Sushant Singh Rajput case.
Madhoo Shah opened up on the nepotism fiasco, lobbying, favoritism and camp-ism culture of the industry saying, “Everyone has a perspective of their own and that comes from the experiences they’ve gone through.” The actress also reacted to Kangana’s gutter remark for the Bollywood and her ugly spat with Jaya Bachchan. “It all depends on the colour of the glass you’re wearing. Kangana might have been through bad experiences but Jaya ji probably didn’t face such a thing. But because I haven’t been through anything bad, I can’t say what the other person is saying is absolutely rubbish,” the Roja actress said, reports Hindustan Times.
“If Kangana has suffered badly in the hands of some people, she is coming from that experience,” she added while also stating that she would like to work with her. “I will definitely work with her. From my personal experience, she’s a wonderful actor and doesn’t throw her weight around on the set. I’m a professional and for me, it’s a great role and I want to play it as an artiste.”
On being asked that since she is an insider from the industry, it would be easy for her to get films, the actress shared her perspective saying, “Yes, being an insider I did have an easy access but whether that turned into film projects, I don’t think so. No one will work with you if your films don’t do business. That’s how it works. But, if somebody has been treated badly, humiliated and hurt physically or emotionally then it’s his/her prerogative to be defensive or offensive. However, with my experience, I can’t say the whole industry is bad.”