Sexism in Bollywood! Kangana Ranaut indirectly takes a dig at Hrithik Roshan in new AIB video! Watch it

There were reports doing round in tinsel town that Kangana Ranaut can team up with AIB for a promotional video of her upcoming film Simran in which Tanmay Bhat and she will be seen taking an issue of sexism in Bollywood in an unfiltered and unadulterated manner. Since then, her, as well as AIB fans, have been eagerly waiting for this super dhamakedaar video. And guess what it seems like their wait has finally got over.

Yes, recently, AIB aka All India Bakchod has recently released the video of Kangana Ranaut who speaks on the issue of sexism in Bollywood in an unfiltered way. The video shows Kangana as an actress who has been taken for granted by the director and considered as just a love interest in the film. Moreover, in a video, Kangana speaks about female actor’s importance in the film. Further, the video also shows a set-up of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’s iconic scene where Shah Rukh Khan comes in the Raichand house and meets Jaya Bachchan. But in this video, they have enacted the situation in a most quirky way.

Apparently, a hero comes and director directly starts giving much importance to him like a spectator. Moreover, there is one song in the video, which is full of unfiltered and unadulterated words which indirectly counter the issue of sexism in Bollywood. However, there is one thing, which everyone can catch in the video, and that is Kangana has taken an indirect dig at Hrithik Roshan and Rakesh Roshan.

Yes, the actress has also pointed out an issue of nepotism and her controversy with Hrithik Roshan in a quirky way which can make you cringe. Amidst all, Kangana also remains flag-bearer of feminism and inspires many girls in the video.

On and all, AIB’s new video featuring Kangana is full of fun with unfiltered content. What is right and what is wrong in the video, you just figure out yourself!

Watch the new AIB video below.

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