Kangana Ranaut Slams Hrithik Roshan Over Shifting His Super 30 For Her Movie MHK
The enemosity between Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut dates way back. The two have been rumored to be dating but then their hatred for each other became public. After a series of long posts and angry outbursts, things finally became a hit chill and Kangana shifted spilling fire on others in the industry like Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt etc. But she’s back on making Hrithik a target.
This week, the makers of Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao’s Mental Hai Kya shifted the release date of the film to July 26. On the same date, Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 was also supposed to release. Today, Hrithik announced that he is shifting the release date of his film Super 30 as he wants to save himself from the toxic mental violence.
As soon as Hrithik changed the release date and shared a long post on his social media pages, Kangana Ranaut has reacted to the same. In a statement, Kangana Ranaut said, “Hrithik Roshan, Madhu Mentena and Ekta Kapoor had collectively decided that Hrithik would push Super 30’s release date and Ekta will bring her film MHK on 26th July, they had taken this call last week itself, I don’t know why he wrote this sob story but I am glad MHK getting a solo release, I salute my producer Ekta Kapoor for making her way in this male-dominated industry, its not easy to do what she does…. I applaud her courage and power.”
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) 9 May 2019
Meanwhile, on his Twitter page, Hrithik Roshan shared, “So as to not allow my film to be desecrated by yet another media circus, I have decided to shift the release date of my film SUPER 30 in order to save myself from the personal trauma and toxic mental violence this would cause. Despite the film being ready, I have requested my producers to shift and announce the next suitable date as soon as possible.”
He further wrote, “Over the past few years, to my utter dismay, I have been witness to a lot of us cheering and encouraging what was/is an open and blatant case of harassment. I must even now, wait patiently and silently for collective consciousness of society to take cognizance of such matters in order to maintain our faith in civility of our society. This unrelenting helplessness must end.”