Distributor demanded 6 crores from Kangana Ranaut? What is the truth, the actress said – this film is mafia…

Kangana Ranaut: Film actress Kangana Ranaut has reacted to the news of the distributor demanding Rs 6 crore. He has called these news as Bollywood’s fake propaganda.

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Kangana Ranaut News: actress Kangana Ranaut has called those reports false, in which it was being said that ‘ThalaiviThe makers of ‘K’ have been asked by the film’s distributor Zee Studios to return their Rs 6 crore. Kangana shared a screenshot of a news in Instagram story and said that all this is fake propaganda of film mafia.

Kangana Ranaut wrote on Instagram, “This is all fake propaganda of the film mafia. I sold Emergency to Zee Studios and Thalaivi recovered its cost even before release. It was released two years back.”

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There was news of asking for 6 crores

It was told in the media reports in the past that the national distributor of Kangana Ranaut’s flop film Thalaivi, which came in the year 2021, has asked the makers to return Rs 6 crore. It was said in the report that the distributor had given an advance of Rs 6 crore to the makers of Thalaivi, which was not returned.

It was also claimed that the distributor had called and emailed the makers several times in the last two years. However, no response was received, after which the distributors are thinking of legal action. Although Kangana Ranaut has now rejected all these reports. For these reports also, Kangana has told Bollywood people responsible.

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Thalaivi was badly beaten

Kangana Ranaut played the role of former Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa in the film Thalaivi. In this, his acting and look were praised a lot. Although the film could not do wonders at the box office. With a budget of around Rs 60 crore, this film did a business of only Rs 8.5 crore. This film was directed by AL Vijay. Arvind Swamy played the role of ADMK founder and former Chief Minister MG Ramachandran in the film.