“Bollywood can’t afford me,” says Kangana Ranaut in response to Mahesh Babu’s ‘Bollywood Can’t Afford Me’ statement.

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut opened up about the ongoing Mahesh Babu controversy about working in Bollywood while in Delhi promoting the second teaser for her forthcoming action flick Dhaakad.’

Mahesh Babu’s recent statement has caused a lot of buzz in the last few days. A well-known actress for Dhaakad, Kangana Ranaut agreed with Telugu actor Mahesh Babu that Bollywood cannot afford him. When asked about the Telugu star’s remarks during the trailer launch of Dhaakad, Kangana Ranaut responded, “Ye toh unhone sahi kaha (He’s absolutely right),” She continued, “I know he has received many offers from different filmmakers.”

His generation of actors has elevated Telugu cinema to the top of India’s film industry. In addition, she said that she was unaware of Babu’s context when making those remarks, but she and others have often joked that Hollywood cannot afford them. ‘Kangana said, ‘He (Babu) only showed a great deal of respect for the Telugu film industry, and we can’t dispute its success in recent years. They were not served anything on a silver platter.

The actor stated that she wanted to avoid discussing the linguistic gap between the two industries since ‘this country has numerous languages, all of which are important. We can only learn a lot from them.” In an interview with Mahesh, he was asked when he would do a Hindi film. Mahesh has been promoting Sarkaru Vaari Paata for the unversed.

He said, “I don’t know if I will sound arrogant. I did receive a lot of offers from Hindi. However, I don’t think they can afford me. I can’t waste my time.”

In his response, Mahesh Babu stressed that his remark was simply a reflection of his admiration for the film business. He said he had never thought of leaving his industry and going to another. “I’ve always wanted to make Telugu films,” he said.

The success of Telugu films in the United States has always been of great importance to me. It’s overjoyed that our films made it there (in North India). Our films are doing well across India, and my dream is coming true,” he clarified. Stay tuned for more developments!