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Swara Bhaskar said on Kangana Ranaut’s ‘B grade actress’ comment – ‘It does not affect me’

When Swara Bhaskar was called a B grade actor, the actress said that she does not mind. This kind of comment of Kangana Ranaut is not fair criticism about her work.

Mumbai: bollywood actress Swara BhaskarThe news of the rift between Kangana Ranaut and Kangana Ranaut often comes to the fore. Before being banned on Twitter, Kangana and Swara often used to attack each other. Swara told in an interview on Kangana’s comment on B grade actress that such comment does not affect me, because I know that all this is done under a set agenda. This is not a fair criticism of his work.

Always ready to hear Fair Criticism

Last year, Kangana Ranaut had termed Swara Bhaskar and Taapsee Pannu as B grade actresses. Talking to Bollywood Bubble, Swara Bhaskar said that ‘I consider myself lucky that when someone makes such comments about my work, a lot of people defend me. I don’t want to say anything about myself. I think such vicious comments are made under an agenda. These people are not really targeting my work, nor are they commenting about my performance. I am always ready to listen to any kind of fair criticism’.

I don’t take this type of comment seriouslySwara further tells that she can see her performance, also look at those who are called her best. Swara said that I am ready for fair criticism, I think such comments of Kangana are like trolling. I don’t take these things seriously because I don’t take trolling seriously. I think this is stupid, baseless foot talk’.

Comment just to degrade?

Swara said that ‘Such things tell about the person who says more than me. When people talk like this, then let me tell that if you are really criticizing my work then I will accept it but if this is being done just to humiliate then it is not right. Why should I feel bad? They should feel bad.

Please tell that Swara Bhaskar and Kangana Ranaut have worked together in ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ and ‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’.

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