Karan Johar Questioned Kangana Ranaut’s Plastic Surgery in 2010.
Kangana Ranaut and Karan Johar have been embroiled in a heated argument since since the actor best known for her role in the film Queen made an appearance on the fifth season of Koffee With Karan and referred to Johar as the “flag bearer of nepotism.” But it seems that Kangana and Karan have already butted heads in 2010, when the latter questioned Kangana live on air about whether or not she had undergone plastic surgery.
On the third season of Koffee with Karan, Karan questioned Kangana by asking, “Have you worked on yourself?” Kangana, perplexed, reacted with a question: “In what way exactly?” Karan then brought up the rumours that circulated about her having plastic surgery. He said, “Are those things accurate?” Kangana’s response, which revealed her level of shock, was “I don’t think so. I am a young person, and I am originally from the north; we are all quite fortunate.
However, in 2010, Kangana responded to rumours that she had plastic surgery. Kangana had been quoted as saying in a story by Masala as follows: “I have never undergone any form of plastic surgery! I was just 17 years old and originally from a rural community when I worked on my first film. My appearance has evolved throughout the years, which is natural given my age. I have also become very skilled in the application of makeup, and I am constantly excited to experiment with new styles for my hair.
A few years later, in 2017, Kangana made an appearance on the fifth season of the show Koffee With Karan alongside Saif Ali Khan. The actor did not pull any punches or try to spare Karan’s feelings. She had previously told him, “In my biopic, if it is ever made, you would play this conventional Bollywood giant who is really snobbish and absolutely intolerant of outsiders and the flag bearer of nepotism, the movie mafia.” In the movie that will be made about my life, you will have a significant role. I enjoy how you play the role of the villain in my biopic.
On the other hand, Karan did not speak up during the show and did not provide a response to Kangana’s assertion. Karan had later claimed in an interview, “She was my guest, and I had to hear what she had to say.” She is entitled to her own viewpoint in this matter. When she uses the phrase “Flag bearer of nepotism,” all I want to tell her is that I am relieved that she understands what it all means. I do not believe that she has grasped the full significance of the term in its entirety.