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Kangana Ranaut Reacts to Padman Cinematographer PC Sreeram’s Revelation, Says ‘Missed the Opportunity to Work with a Legend Like You Sir’ (Read Tweet)

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Cinematographer PC Sreeram Reveals He Rejected a Project With Kangana Ranaut in Lead

After ace cinematographer PC Sreeram said that he had to reject a film as it had actor Kangana Ranaut in the lead role, the actor responded and said that it was “entirely” her loss. The ‘Queen’ actor responded to PC Sreeram’s tweet and said, “I missed the opportunity to work with a legend like you sir, it’s entirely my loss.” She went on to wish the best to the ‘Padman’ cinematographer and said that she is glad that he took the “right call.” “I don’t know what exactly made you uneasy about me but I am glad you took the right call, wish you all the best,” she tweeted. Cinematographer PC Sreeram Reveals He Rejected a Project With Kangana Ranaut in Lead

Taking to Twitter, the ‘Padman’ cinematographer had earlier in the day stated that he felt “uneasy” to work in a film with Kangana in the lead. “Had to reject a film as it had Kangana Ranaut as the lead. Deep down I felt uneasy and explained my stand to the makers and they were understanding,” he tweeted. “Some times its only abt what feels right. Wishing them all the best,” he added. The statement of the ‘Cheeni Kum’ cinematographer comes amid the ongoing Twitter war between the ‘Queen’ actor and MP Sanjay Raut, which followed after the actor said she felt unsafe in Mumbai and said the city seems like “Pakistan occupied Kashmir” to her. Kangana Ranaut’s Office Demolished: Twitterati Slams BMC and Trends #DeathOfDemocracy by Sharing Pics of Pot Holes, Illegal Constructions in Mumbai

Kangana Ranaut Reply to PC Sreeram’s Revelation

The 33-year-old actor has been making headlines with her bold statements and revelations about the Hindi film industry after actor was found dead in his Mumbai residence in . Ranaut has been demanding justice for the late Bollywood actor and has been calling for the eradication of what she terms as “nepotism” in the film industry.

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