Kangana Calls Urmila Matondkar “Soft Porn Star” In Response To BJP Ticket Remark

Kangana Ranaut called Urmila Matondkar a soft porn star, according to Kangana, Urmila is not known for her acting, but know for soft porn, and if she can get a ticket, why can’t she get a ticket.

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While speaking to Times Now, Kangana said that Urmila wasn’t known for her acting, “Even Urmila, she is a soft porn star. I know it’s very blatant. But she isn’t known for her acting for sure. What is she known for? For doing soft porn right? If she can get a ticket, why won’t I get a ticket?”

The reply came after Urmila Matondkar’s said that Kangana is doing this to get a BJP ticket.

Urmila is known for her roles in movies like Rangeela, Judai, Masoom, Judaai, Bhaao, and many more hit films.

After Jaya Bachchan’s attack on Kangana Ranaut, another actor-turned-politician launched an attack on Kangana. While speaking to India Today, Urmila said:

“The entire country is facing the menace of drugs. Does she know Himachal is the origin of drugs? She should start from her own state.” (Referring to the Kangana’s comment on Bollywood’s drug mafia)

Urmila also attacked Kangana for getting Y-category security after she received threats from Shiv Sena leaders, including Maharashtra Home Minister, “Why did this person who has been given Y-security from the taxpayers’ money didn’t give information about the drug nexus to the police?”

Urmila also said during the interview that “When Kangana was not even born, Jaya Bachchan was in the film industry,” she said that Kangana can’t lash out at senior colleagues.

Kangana lashed out at Jaya Bachchan after her comments that appeared to accuse Kangana of being ungrateful of what the industry has given to her, using a Hindi proverb, “jis thali mein khate hain usmein chhed karte hain.”

In response to the remark, Kangana said: “What ‘Thali’ is Jaya Ji is referring to? There used to be a thali which had 2-minute roles and item numbers and a romantic scene, that too after sleeping with the hero. I taught this industry feminism and decorated that ‘thali’ with women-centric and patriotic films. This is my ‘thali’, not yours.”

While some have come to Urmila’s support, some also favored Kangana’s statement.