Despite Ekta Kapoor's Apology, Entertainment Journalists Guild of India Will Not Revoke ‘Ban on Kangana Ranaut’
Ekta Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut (Photo Credits: Yogen Shah)

Kangana Ranaut has been in news for various reasons but this time, it is not just for her upcoming flick Judgementall Hai Kya but also for what she did at her film’s song launch event. The actress who is known to be vocal about issues, this time got into a major trouble. Kangana got into a verbal spat with an entertainment journalist, which left the media industry miffed. The Entertainment Journalists Guild of India demanded a written apology from Kangana and film’s producer Ekta Kapoor. Though the latter issued an apology over Kangana’s behaviour at the event, the Entertainment Journalists Guild of India have remained firm on their decision that they will not revoke the ban on Kangana Ranaut. Jugdementall Hai Kya Producers Balaji Telefilms Issues Apology over Kangana Ranaut’s Behaviour at Song Launch Event.

The Entertainment Journalists Guild of India have issued a statement in which they’ve mentioned, that they ‘appreciate Ms Ekta Kapoor’s support and standing for what is right’. The statement also includes, ‘We will continue the ban on Ms Kangana Ranaut across all media platforms’. When the Entertainment Journalists Guild of India demanded an apology from Kangana, her sister Rangoli Chandel who is also known for controversial statements tweeted, “Ek baat ka main vaada karti hoon, Kangana se apology toh nahin milegi, in bikau, nange, deshdrohi, desh ke dalal, libtard mediawalon ko, magar woh tumko dho dho kar sidha zaroor karegi ... just wait and watch, tumne galat insaan se maafi mangi hai ...” Rangoli Chandel Calls Kangana Ranaut Haters 'Anti-National' and Fans Are Furious Over This - Read Tweets.

Take a look at the statement issued by #EntJournalistsGuild:

Apology Letter from Ekta Kapoor:


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The Entertainment Journalists Guild of India have ensured that though they have decided to boycott Kangana Ranaut, it will not affect the upcoming film Judgemetall Hai Kya or the other cast members. The film produced under the banners of Balaji Motion Pictures and Balaji Telefilms, is all set to release on July 26.