The whole event turned ugly and a few hours later, Kangana was asked to apologise by the Entertainment Guild of India, failing which they'd refuse to provide any coverage to her. Kangana's incredibly vocal sister, Rangoli Chandel, stepped in and stated that she's not going to do anything like that because she's basically exposing every "pseudo" media person.
Others are of the view that the "Judgemental Hai Kya" diva has been targetted only because she is not a male actor.
On the other hand, Ekta Kapoor whose production house is producing the film JudgeMentall Hai Kya tendered an apology on social media. She then went on to say that people who are anti-nationals do not deserve her answers as she has zero tolerance for them. First, Kangana had claimed that journalists are busy in a "smear campaign" against the actress because they did not give good reviews to her film, Manikarnika.
"While the people involved in it fairly held their own perspectives but because it happened at the event of our film, we, as the producers, would like to apologize and express regret for this untoward incident". But what's the difference between her and that guy since she has resorted to lines like "tum logon ke baap dadaon ko bhi maine lohe ke channe chabaen" (I've given a hard time to your fathers and grandfathers) to ridicule the people in the media business?
Kangana reiterated that her spat with the journalist at the press conference was only because he had ridiculed her and given her film "Manikarnika" bad press. Following the incident, senior media personnel protested against the Queen star under the Entertainment Journalist Guild of India. "We would like to maintain that our intention was not to disrespect or hurt anyone's sentiments", the statement read.
He said he met the actor briefly for an interview and there were no personal messages. We also fully support their call for a complete boycott of her events.