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Uble Hue Ande: Kangana Ranaut Trolls Ananya Pandey, Jhanvi Kapoor and Other Star Kids

Uble Hue Ande: Kangana Ranaut Trolls Ananya Pandey, Jhanvi Kapoor and Other Star Kids
Uble Hue Ande: Kangana Ranaut Trolls Ananya Pandey, Jhanvi Kapoor and Other Star Kids

It's not the first time when Kangana Ranaut is in controversy for targeting star kids. But this time, Kangana takes it to the next level and said something that was beyond our expectations. During the promotion of her upcoming film “Dhakad”, she targets Ananya Pandey, Janhvi Kapoor, Suhana Khan, and star kids. She said, “They look like Uble Hue Ande”.

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Kangana Ranaut Calls Star Kids “Uble Hue Ande”

Ananya Pandey

We are witnessing that the new generation of star kids are taking over Bollywood. Ananya Pandey and Janhvi Kapoor are the ones ruling the big screen with films like Pati Patni or Woh, Dhadak, etc. Now, Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor, and Agastya Nanda are also debuting with a new film the Archie.

So, Kangana Ranaut has pointed out this thing in a recent interview with the media. She said, “unlike South, Bollywood star kids find it very difficult to connect with the audience because of their obsession with the west”. 

“The way south movies have a connection with their audience is very strong. I wouldn’t say fans, it’s much more than that. With us what happens is that their (stars’) kids go abroad to complete their studies. They talk in English and watch only Hollywood films. They eat only with knives and forks and talk differently. So, how will they connect? “Dekhne me bhi ajeeb se aise lagte hai jaise uble hue ande” (They even look weird like boiled eggs). Their entire look has changed so people cannot relate. I don’t mean to troll anyone,”. 

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She continued also added the example of Pushpa for explaining the difference. She said, “Look how Pushpa looks like someone we know. Every labourer is able to connect with him. Tell me which of our heroes can look like a labourer in today’s times? They cannot. So, their culture (of the South Indian film industry) and their grounded nature are paying them off. I hope they don’t start taking inspiration from the West. It’s important to stay connected to people within your country.”

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