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The one topic in Bollywood that continues to remain in the limelight is the Nepotism row. Interestingly, it was Kangana Ranaut who had pioneered the entire discussion and even called Karan Johar the flag bearer of Nepotism on his chat show. After that, the argument has continued to escalate, and the two sisters, Kangana and Rangoli Chandel often attack what they call as the ‘Nepo Gang’ and slam actors like Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, etc.
Recently, Rangoli had lashed out at Ranveer Singh, stating that “People with rich parents and connections are not outsiders.” Well, now it looks like the tables have turned as Kangana is being accused of Nepotism after her brother Aksht joined Manikarnika Films, the actress’ production house.
Kangana inaugurated her production house, Manikarnika Films yesterday, with her brother Aksht, who will be taking care of legal matters. This backfired the Nepotism argument towards Ranaut, and a media report mentioned that Aksht 'could not resist the lure of tinsel town.'
Reacting to the same, Rangoli slammed the media house on Twitter and clarified that Aksht holds shares in Kangana’s production house. "Dear @mid_day Kangna & Aksht hv started a company togethr frm scratch,Aksht holds stakes in Manikarnika Films,hope dey grow togethr & build a successful company,den if u think Aksht deserves the tag den u pls call him Nepo Gang Abhi toh gaon basa nahin daku aa bhi gaye” she wrote in a tweet.
However, in another tweet, she agreed that Aksht is receiving the support of Kangana, and he can be a ‘Nepo Product’ in the future. “She may b wel established as an actor bt nt as a producer,Aksht wl handle legal & financial aspect which r father shud hv handled bt I agree he is getting his sister’s support so if he is successful in future he might b a nepo product let’s see,let’s give him a fair chance," she tweeted.
Aksht, who is a pilot by profession has joined Manikarnika Films and was spotted with Kangana Ranaut in the pictures from the inauguration event.