Kangana Ranaut has never been secretive about her dislike for nepotism in Bollywood. The actor has been vocal about how she feels the opportunities given to star kids in Hindi films deprive ‘outsiders’. Now, Kangana has again targeted star kids, saying in a recent interview that their lack of relatability with the audience is what is causing Hindi films to lose to South cinema. Also read: Kangana Ranaut says Ajay Devgn will never promote her film, claims Akshay Kumar called her ‘quietly’ to praise Thalaivi

In the post-pandemic era, films from the Telugu and Kannada film industries have beaten all Hindi films at the box office. Both RRR and KGF: Chapter 2 have earned over 1000 crore, while Pushpa: The Rise was also extremely successful, minting over 100 crore in the Hindi belt alone. The Hindi versions of these films alone beat most Bollywood films released in the last two…

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