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- Urmila Matondkar Says Which Girl From A Civilized Culture House Would Use This Kind Of Language To Say 'Kya Ukhaad Loge' And 'Kiske Baap Ka Kya Hai'.
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In an interview when Urmila gave these things somewhere, Kangana told her to be a soft porn star.
Actress Urmila Matondkar says that it is better than telling the entire industry to indulge in drugs, Kangana Ranot reveals the big names who are part of Bollywood's drug mafia. Urmila asked the question, 'Where are you? I want Kangana to really come forward and do a huge favor on all of us by telling those names and exposing those people. I will first call them thums up for this. '
In a conversation with India Today channel, Urmila said that 'why have you been working in the industry for more than 10 years now, suddenly you started having problems with everyone there? You have to decide whether you want to play the Victim card without stopping and say, I am the Victim, I am the Victim.
People who take drugs will definitely
Regarding Kangana's statement that 99 percent of people take drugs in Bollywood, Urmila said, 'Unfortunately in India, drugs are easily available everywhere. But to claim that the entire industry is connected to the drug mafia is not only an exaggerated statement, but I do not know what it should be called. '
He further said that I do not deny that there will be some people in the film industry who will be consuming drugs. Such people should be traced and action taken against them.
PMs never call such people
Urmila reminded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation to film stars last year to spread the message of Mahatma Gandhi, saying, 'Do you think that Hon'ble Prime Minister will seek support from an industry which includes drug addicts on a large scale'.
Which girl from a decent home speaks such a language
While talking to another channel, Urmila questioned Kangana's language and said, 'Which girl from a house with a decent culture uses such language as' what will be uprooted ',' whose father's what? is'. All these words were also said about a senior colleague like Jaya Bachchan. Were all these things well intentioned? Do these all come in Indian culture in any way. Which page of Indian culture teaches all this? '
Nobody would want their children to speak a language like Kangana
Urmila also said that Kangana is insulting all those who showered love and affection on her and as a Mumbaikar I feel that all this is not right. He further said, Kangana is presenting a very wrong example to the country. According to Urmila, people would not want their children to take inspiration from Kangana, who uses such language.
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On Kangana's statement comparing Mumbai to PoK, Urmila said, 'Whatever you have today, name, money, fame is all due to Mumbai and the film industry. Why is it that in all these years you have never talked about these things and have been speaking only for the last few months.