Kangana Ranaut's Sister Rangoli Slams Mini Mathur For Mocking Tweet On Manikarnika

     Written by : SMTV24x7 | Thu, Feb 21, 2019, 04:24 PM

Kangana Ranauts Sister Rangoli Slams Mini Mathur For Mocking Tweet On Manikarnika

Bollywood Beauty Kangana Ranaut's directorial and starrer film Manikarnika, based on the life of Rani Laxmi Bai raked a good number of audience at the box office.

However, shockingly no single appreciation from any celebs was to be seen! And recently Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy was released to which the whole fraternity started praising the team for their efforts and the film.

One such celebrity is Mini Mathur who posted a huge appreciation for the film Gully Boy. One Twitter user slammed Mini for not watching Manikarnika. However, to which Mini mockingly replied that she didn't get the chance to watch 'every film'. Seems like this didn't get well with Kangana's sister Rangoli.

One such celebrity who is in love with Gully Boy is host Mini Mathur. Mini took to her Twitter page to share her review of this Ranveer-Alia starrer. She tweeted, "I never knew I could get goosebumps on the soles of my feet.. Gullyboy has made 2019 worthwhile already for me. #bhothhard #Gullyboy @RanveerOfficial @aliaa08 #ZoyaAkhtar @ankurtewari".

One of the followers bashed Mini for not watching Manikarnika. He tweeted to her, "@minimathur ur thinking also so mini..u got time to watch #GullyBoy n not a single word for #manikarnikaqueenofjhansi ..be equal to everyone dont be bias". To which Mini replied, "Oh I apologise to you profusely as I haven’t seen that film yet. And as the official national film critic it is my humble duty to write on every film By the way, how was the experience of making the film?"

Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli slammed Mini for calling Manikarnika 'every film'. Rangoli tweeted to Mini, "Its nt evry film @minimathur its d legnd f LaxmiBai, one f d bst period films evr made she's no ordnry succes stry she’s d vry embodimnt of Bharat Mata if u faild 2 aprciat anodr womns effrts 2 bring dis gigantic conciousnes alive on big screen den dnt b coky bout it its nt funny."