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Kangana Ranaut Slams Netflix India In Her Recent Instagram Story, Know Why!

Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram story and slammed streaming platform Netflix.

Queen of Bollywood, Kangana Ranaut is known for her mincing words. She never steps back to comment on any issue or taking a jibe on a popular filmmaker of Bollywood. Again this time, she is making headlines due to her opinion where she compared two famous OTT platforms.

This time Netflix and Amazon Prime Video were taken into the radar by the Queen actress. She shared her views on the drastic popularity gained by the digital platform Amazon Prime Video. The Tanu Weds Manu star compared Netflix and Amazon Prime Video by sharing a post on Instagram.

Taking to her Instagram, Kangana wrote, “Data suggests that Amazon Prime Video is doing way better than Netflix India in India. Maybe because they are much more open minded and democratic. When international head visits India they don’t park themselves at a fading 90’s. Director’s infamous party but meet everyone who is contributing to them. Last I heard Netflix India’s head was not able to understand Indian market… well Indian market is not just once gossipy nineties director…. They are hundreds of talented people here”.

Kangana’s statement came after the co-founder of Netflix, Reed Hashtings stated that the market in India is not doing great and called it frustrating. Meanwhile, Netflix’s rival Amazon Prime announced a bunch of upcoming projects in a grand event held in Mumbai. This includes as many as 40 titles in the pipeline.

Apart from Kangana, Farhan Akhter as well as other production houses also announced their collaborations with Amazon Prime Video.

On the work front, Kangana Ranaut is going to mark her production debut with the upcoming project Tiku Weds Sheru which stars Nawazuddin Siddique and Avneet Kaur. She will be also seen in the action film ‘Dhaakad’, which is releasing on May 20.

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