It seems that Kangana Ranaut has chosen to always remain in war mode, earlier with Hrithik Roshan and now with Karan Johar. Karan Johar Kangana Ranaut war has come out openly with both of them getting into a verbal spat, and getting involved in serious accusation with each other. Retaliating Karan on his remark of her playing ‘victim and women card,’ Kangana said she is playing ‘Badass card’ and not any ‘women or victim card.’ Kangana even went on saying Karan as a ‘Movie Mafia’ who hated people from outside working in the industry.
Tough Karan didn’t speak anything on his show to clarify her statements; he hit sharply back on Kangana making hefty remarks on her, saying he is fed up of Kangana playing ‘women card and victim card.’
Queen actress said, “What is pertinent here is: why is Karan Johar trying to shame a woman for being a woman? What is this about the ‘woman card’ and the ‘victim card’? This kind of talk is demeaning to all women, particularly the vulnerable because they are the ones who need to use them. The ‘woman card’ might not help you become a Wimbledon champ, or win you Olympic medals, or National bag awards. It might not even land you a job, but it can get a pregnant woman who feels her water is about to break a ‘ladies’ seat on a crowded bus. It can be used as a cry for help when you sense a threat. The same goes for the ‘victim card,’ which women like my sister, Rangoli, who is a victim of an acid attack, can use while fighting for justice in court.”
“I use every card possible. At the workplace, it’s the bad ass card to fight cutthroat competition. With my family and loved ones, it’s the love card. When confronting the world, it’s the dignity card, and for a seat on a bus, it’s the woman card. What is important to understand is that we are not fighting people, we are fighting a mentality. I am not fighting Karan Johar, I am fighting male chauvinism,” she further told.