Kangana Ranaut takes an indirect jibe at Deepika Padukone on World Mental Health Day; says her film was dragged to the court by those who run ‘depression ki dukan’ – Times of India
The actress tweeted, ”The film that we made for Mental Health awareness was dragged to the court by those who run depression ki dukan, after media ban, name of the film was changed just before the release causing marketing complications but it’s a good film, do watch it today.”
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The film that we made for Mental Health awareness was dragged to the court by those who run depression ki dukan, af… https://t.co/S6InkrpqE6
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) 1602309372000
Deepika Padukone, who has been quite vocal about her struggle with depression and often takes to social media to raise awareness about mental illness. A few days back, she took to her social media handle to write, ‘Repeat after me, ‘You cannot ‘snap out’ of depression’. After that, Kangana went on to write on her Twitter, ”Repeat after me, depression ka dhandha chalane walon ko public ne unki aukat dikhadi Folded hands#CBIforShushant #SushantSingRajput #1stStepToSSRJustice.”
Helmed by Prakash Kovelamudi, the film starred Rajkummar Rao and Kangana in pivotal roles. The ‘Queen’ actress played the role of Bobby. The film also featured Jimmy Shergill, Amyra Dastur, Amrita Puri in supporting roles.
Initially, the film was titled as Mental Hai Kya, but later the makers changed it after certain sections of the society opposed.