YouTuber Takes A Dig At Kangana Ranaut Over The Mechanical Horse Video, Paresh Rawal And Anupam Kher Come To Her Rescue

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In recent times, a video from the sets of 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi' surfaced on the internet, where Kangana Ranaut was seen using a mechanical horse for one of the scenes.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

In recent times, a video from the sets of 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi' surfaced on the internet, where Kangana Ranaut was seen using a mechanical horse for one of the scenes. The actress was heavily criticised by the netizens for using the prop, and now recently a YouTuber named Akash Banerjee took a dig at her for the usage of CGI effects to film the action sequence. 

Read: Kareena Kapoor Khan Calls Kangana Ranaut A 'terrific' Actor, Says She Is Excited To Watch Her Biopic

Here's his tweet! 

However, his tweet did not go down well with many, including Bollywood veterans Anupam Kher and Paresh Rawal who quickly came to the support of the 31-year-old actress. 

Taking to the micro-blogging site, Anupma Kher tweeted "How much venom this man has against a self-made actress #KanganaRanaut!! This is called ‘acting’ idiot. Actors all over the world do that. That is their job. She will be remembered for decades for her hard work in movies. While you got your fifteen-minute fame by using her name."

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The same was then retweeted by Paresh Rawal who said ''According to these dimwits and pinheads they believe that Superman and Batman in Hollywood films are actually flying and it’s not some camera trick or CG effects ...!" 

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Just previously this month, Anupam Kher had praised Kangana Ranaut stating that she is a real example of women empowerment. 

 

 

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