“Rangoli Is Lying…Vidya Balan Brought Positivity Kangana Brought Only Negativity On The Sets”, Says Krish

 The battle between Krish and  Kangana Ranaut on who has directed  more of  the film seems be more getting interesting than any  of the battle scenes  in the  film.

And  the controversy refuses to  settle down. While the actress/aspiring director herself is  holidaying in Germany  her sister Rangoli has  taken off on  director Krish accusing him of trying to make mileage of  the  film after  it ‘s a hit.

“I could also say  the same thing about Rangoli,”shot back Krish. “Isn’t she  trying to  make mileage of the film? I don’t need  this  kind of publicity. Nor do I need an endorsement  of  my abilities from either Kangana or her sister.Manikarnika is my ninth film.I’ve made lavish  costume dramas in the past. I will make them again. But I am curious to know who will work with Kangana after the kind of reputation she has acquired for  undermining  the  director and taking over  a project.”

 Krish says  he’s done with  claims on how much  of the  film he has shot. “Kangana’s sister decided  Kangana has  shot 70 percent of Manikarnika.Juts how she  came to that percentage I don’t know. She  simply picked ‘70’ and  took off from  there. The entire team  knows how  much  of  the  film I’ve  shot. If she  continues  making these claims I’lll have to send her  copies of my earlier films. I am not a novice to  filmmaking.”

Krish compares his experience  of working with Kangana and  Vidya Balan. “Both are very talented  Bollywoodactress. But while one brings positivity and  sunshine on the sets  the other brings  gloom and anxiety  on the sets  whenever she appears.”

Well-known Cinematographer  Gnana Shekar has been  accused of abandoning Manikarnika  for another  project.

Gnana Shekar  clarifies, “As far as I was  concerned I completed all my work before I moved on  to another  commitment. Only some patchwork remained after I left. After that , what she(Kangana Ranaut)  did and whom she shot with I’ve no idea.”

Actor Atul Kulkarni who had a  major role in  the film until it  was reduced  to  almost  nothing, adds, “Our director  Krish has spoken about it. I won’t like to talk about it.”

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