Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel leaves no stone unturned to slam Bollywood celebrities. Right from accusing them of nepotism to bashing them with her opinions, she makes sure that her followers are always up-to-dated about Bollywood’s wrongdoings. In her latest tweets, she challenges the film industry and all the female actors to solely carry a 60-100 crore budget film. The tweets came soon after Baaghi 3 director Ahmed Khan questioned the success of Manikarnika. Also Read - Entertainment News Today, March 05, 2020: Kangana Ranaut Gained 20 Kgs For Thalaivi, Will Shed After 2 Months For Tejas, Dhaakad

In the tweet, she wrote, “Cheap Bollytards first they said Kangana finished after Rangoon then said Manikarnika will never be made or released that became a big hit then they said Thalaivi shelved now the last schedule left now same with Dhakaad and I am sure some nasty rumours will follow Tejas ..” (sic) Also Read - Kangana Ranaut's Sister Rangoli Chandel Takes a Dig at Shilpa Shetty For Surrogacy, Praises Sushmita Sen For Choosing Adoption

In the followed-up tweet, she mentions about Khangana’s work in Bollywood and wrote, “Kya matlab lallu kahin ke Kangana making films after films launched her studio also, if right now she signs all she gets offered she will be booked for next ten years … she is generating so much work meanwhile Bollytards generating gossip and rumours.”

She then challenges female actors to solely carry a film of above 60 crore budget and if anyone gets successful then Kangana will stop acting. She tweeted, “My open challenge to the industry can any girl in today’s time solo carry a film above 60-70-80-100cr budget other than Kangana….??? If you give me a legit name Kangana will stop acting forever.” (sic)

Soon after, Rangoli also tweeted about how Ahmed Khan called up Kangana to apologise. She wrote, “Kangana just called she told me Ahmad Khan called her and apologised and said he didn’t anything everything was made up….. bolo…so clearly chillars ki phat bhi jati hai easily…himmat nahin hai to stand by what you say aab aison ko kya kahein jo aake rone lage.”

Meanwhile, Ahmed Khan slammed trollers who called Baaghi 3 to have an ‘illogical plot’. During the interview with Time of India, he said, “Why don’t Indians appreciate Indian work? You see the latest trailer of Fast & Furious, then you may see a car hanging on the helicopter and what not and everyone is praising that. But when we try something new then they say ‘where’s the logic?’”