Bollywood queen Kangana Ranaut is known for her straight forward attitude, while some call it arrogance others call it resistance to male domination in the industry. She is infamous for having more enemies than friends in the industry. Two of the biggest controversies in Bollywood in the recent times are Kangana's verbal spat with Karan Johar, and her legal battle Hrithik Roshan. It seems both Kangana and Karan have now decided to mend the first controversy.
Almost a year ago, Kangana kicked a hornet's nest by accusing Karan Johar of "being a flag-bearer of nepotism" and someone "who runs a movie mafia in Bollywood". Karan later hit back at Kangana saying he was tired of seeing the actress play the woman and victim cards, and he suggested her to quit Bollywood if she had a problem with the industry. The duo's war of words made 'nepotism' one of the most discussed topics last year, persuading them to ignore each other at several public events.
Now, the star heroine and the top filmmaker seem to have buried the hatchet as they are reuniting for a TV show. The actress will appear as a guest judge on "India's Next Superstar", a talent hunt show being judged by Karan Johar.
Reportedly, when the show organizers coined the idea, with a lot of hesitation, both Kangana and Karan surprisingly didn't have any problem in becoming co-judges, signalling the end of one of Bollywood's most infamous spats in recent memory.