Manikarnika Row: Kangana fought for Krish’s credit, says her sister Rangoli; shares screenshots as proof

The war between Kangana Ranaut and filmmaker Krish over Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi doesn’t appear to end soon, especially with the actress’ sister Rangoli Chandel defending her at every step with her explosive comments. In a series of scathing tweets, Rangoli shared screenshots of Kangana’s conversation with the film’s writer Vijayendra Prasad, in which she allegedly “fought for Krish’s credit and even begged him to be a part of the team.”

Manikarnika involved itself in controversy ever since Krish, who was directing the project, opted out of it midway. Kangana, who plays the titular role in the film, stepped into Krish’s shoes as the director after he departed the project due to what has been blamed on scheduling conflicts and creative differences. As far as the current fiasco is concerned, it ensued after Krish’s comments over the actress taking credits as the primary director of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi.

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Rangoli, in her following series of tweets, also alleged that Krish did “everything to ruin the film” and asked people from his team to quit Manikarnika. Yet, Kangana “fought” for his credit but Krish turned out to be an "opportunist," on the other hand, and couldn’t return the favour by advocating her, is what Rangoli claimed.

Read her tweets:

Krish has been addressing his ‘creative differences’ with Kangana after Manikarnika’s release and also told a leading entertainment portal that his version of the film was met with displeasure by Zee Studios, who has invested in the project as well. Kangana also behaved “rudely” with him, is what Krish claimed.

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Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi opened to mixed reviews on January 25.