When the claws are out

War of words is common in Bollywood and luckily for you, we are always tuned in...

War of words is common in Bollywood and luckily for you, we are always tuned in...

There is no business like show business they say. One reason why that is true is probably because on many occasions, the drama continues long after the curtains are drawn. More often than not, the drama pertains to actors’ comments about their contemporaries. Like the ones mentioned below.

Sonam on Deepika during My Choice video: “Elitist women have always had wrong ideas about feminism. They think male-bashing, hating men makes you a true feminist. I don’t have to make a video to voice my opinions. My actions have always spoken louder than my words. I’m proud to be a woman and I respect my independence. I’m never afraid to give my opinion on any matter. That’s what feminism is about.”

Lara Dutta on Amy Jackson’s act in Singh is Bling
“It’s sad to see the comments about Amy’s performance restricted to how good she looks in a bathing costume.”

Sonam on SRK
During the promotion of Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, when Salman was talking about the open arm pose (patented by Shah Rukh Khan) and how it was done, Sonam crashed the conversation to say, “He (Salman) was the first to do it by the way.” Did not being cast in Raees have something to do with it? Just a thought.

Anushka Sharma on Deepika Padukone
Referring to Deepika’s PR posing as her “friends” who call the media, Anushka said, “My ‘friends’ don’t call. I am Kashyap’s and Hirani’s choice. She is Ayan’s and whosoevers. I never pull anybody down. That makes me nice, right?

Sushant on Anushka
When Anushka had made a comment about Sushant having a small role in PK, he lashed out, “I will have to check the schedule to know exactly how many days I am shooting. As far as being a small chapter is concerned, I hope it’s an interesting one in her (Anushka’s) life. I come from the school of actors who believe there are no small roles, only small actors.

( Source : deccan chronicle )
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