Actor Kangana Ranaut, who is always known for some or the other controversies around her has been in news in the recent times for the Manikarnika issue and her clash with Krish, the director to claims to have shot 70 percent of the film.
Once again, Kangana opened up how Bollywood actors never come in her support, but always keep asking to lend them her support.
"When Queen was released in 2014, it was a blockbuster. This film was produced by Phantom Films and the credit went to them, but not to me. People used to talk about the makers and nobody ever spoke about me. Nobody used to come for screenings of my films, but shamelessly, whenever needed, they would call me for help. I even used to cancel my shootings and go for their welfare," she said.
"Few days ago, I stopped doing that because I realized that they have gone beyond their limits. During the time of Raazi release, I spoke to Alia and Meghana for more than an hour. She even sent me the link of the trailer and said 'please watch'. I encouraged the film for the sake of our nation. I even went to Ambani's place with Aamir to promote and talk to them about Dangal. I always stood for them, but hey never did," she added.