Kangana Ranaut is known to be the bold and outspoken actress of B-town. She doesn’t give a damn of what she utters and that has landed the ‘Simran’ actress in numerous controversies. The recent one is the ‘Simran Credit Controversy’.  In an interview with a leading tabloid the actress spoke on how she and the film’s director Hansal Mehta tweaked the script a bit and how she was credited as the co-writer of the film. From here it all started. Now the ‘Begum Jaan’ of Bollywood, Vidya Balan posted a picture on Instagram linking to ‘credit’ and looks like it’s meant for Kangana.

When Vidya Balan flashed the credit card on Instagram, her followers were stunned wondering what made the actress to reveal details of her credit card. But it was just few who could link the story behind this picture and also understand what was between the lines. While posting the picture she captioned it saying, “Who needs credit when your director gifts you this card ?!! # Thankoo Suresh Triveni”.  With that Vidya meant who needs ‘credit’ when the film’s director (here ‘Tumhari Sullu’ director) has given a special credit card. Check out the picture below:

Who needs credit when your director gifts you this card ?!! 😉# Thankoo Suresh Triveni 🙏😜.

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Isn’t that a smart yet a humorous way to deal with such things? Soon after that one of the producers of ‘Tumhari Sullu’ Tanuj Garg re-posted it on his Insta feed and captioned it, “Picture 3 on 28.05.17.: What director saab #sureshtriveni did, before Sulu asked him for extra credits (He gave her a credit card!!) ————— #vidyabalan #TumhariSulu #film #Bollywood #Instabollywood #tseries #ellipsisentertainment Releasing worldwide on December 1”. (ALSO READ: Simran credit controversy: Shahid writer Sameer Gautam slams Apurva Asrani’s claims, calls him a regular offender)

In an interview with Mid-Day Kangana Ranaut had said, “When Hansal came to me with the script of ‘Simran’, I was intrigued. It was essentially a dark, gritty crime thriller. Together we sat down and tweaked the script to make it a slice-of-life comedy. It is gracious of them (Hansal and co.) to credit me as a writer for the film. And here’s the post shared by Apurva Asrani when Kangana Ranaut was credited as the co-writer of ‘Smiran’.

We wonder how Kangana Ranaut is going to react after such post shared by Vidya Balan!