Such A Nepo Kid- Kangana Ranaut Blasts Twinkle Khanna For Comparing Men To Plastic Bags 

Bollywood queen Kangana Ranaut is known for her boldness along with her films. She often expresses her views openly on various issues. It is often seen that she openly targets nepotism. Meanwhile, now she has expressed anger towards Twinkle Khanna.

The reason for this is the controversial statement made by Akshay Kumar’s wife. Twinkle Khanna recently compared men to polythene bags, after which she came under Kangana’s radar. Kangana shared this video of hers and gave her a piece of her mind.

Kangana Ranaut gave Twinkle Khanna, wife of Akshay Kumar and a writer, a piece of her mind. Twinkle had compared men to polythene bags in an old interview, which angered Kangana. Kangana called Twinkle a ‘nepo kid’ and stated that she got her career served to her on a silver platter.

Kangana Ranaut recently went all out against Twinkle Khanna, targeting her for an old statement. Known for her outspoken style, Kangana never misses an opportunity to take a dig at any issue or celebrity.

This time, she took a swipe at Akshay Kumar’s wife, Twinkle Khanna. She slammed Twinkle for her remarks comparing men to polythene bags. Kangana Ranaut shared an old video clip of Twinkle Khanna on her Instagram story. In the clip, Twinkle Khanna compared men to polythene bags.

Kangana Ranaut Slammed Twinkle Khanna

Upon seeing this, Kangana Ranaut criticized her, describing her as a ‘nepo kid’. In a previous interview, Twinkle Khanna was asked how she realized she was a feminist. Twinkle gave a witty response, saying it was because of her mother, Dimple Kapadia.

Kangana Ranaut

She explained that during her upbringing, her mother taught her that women don’t need men. Having a man around is like having a good handbag; it’s nice to have one, but even if you have a plastic bag, it’ll do.

Twinkle is the daughter of Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia, who were superstars of their time. Dimple is still working on films. Meanwhile, Twinkle also started her career in films, but later she became a writer and interior designer.