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Kangana Misbehaves With Payal; ‘She Was Sulking’ Says Payal

Dhaakad starring Kangana Ranaut released last Friday, with a clash with Kartik Aaryan’s Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and didn’t perform well at the box office. 

Recently, Payal Rohatgi criticized Kangana Ranaut for her behaviour towards the former on the premiere Night of the film Dhaakad. Payal Rohatgi targeted the LockUpp winner Munawar Faruqui and his fans. She also criticized how none of them went ahead to promote the film on social media in platforms and did not even turn up to watch the movie at the theatres. This news has come out as the trending Bollywood news and has taken the social media by storm.

Payal unfollowed Kangana on Instagram and wrote: “The one who got 18 lakh votes did not promote the film, and even his BOTS did not watch the film”.

Both Kangana Payal were not not on a good note in the LockUpp show as well. Earlier this week, the ex-Lock Upp contestant who attended the premiere of Dhaakad, shared a set of photos on her Instagram account and mentioned how Kangana sulked and was unhappy to see her. “Rangoli, you are such a good human being (with a heart emoticon) But your sister was not happy to see me. She was sulking,” said the caption.

Meanwhile, Dhaakad is struggling at the box office. Released on the same day as Kartik Aaryan’s Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, is not performing great and have received bad reviews.

According to a source and as per the latest entertainment news, “There was absolutely no excitement among the audience to see Dhaakad. There were reports that there were a handful of viewers in the theatres on Day 1. Many shows across the country got cancelled due to no audience. On top of it, word of mouth was terrible. Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, has been enjoyed by the audience. As a result, Dhaakad has got rejected from the audiences.” 

The source added:On Saturday, several theatres removed it as it didn’t make sense to play the film with less than 10-15 audiences inside the large single-screen theatres. Multiplexes, too, reduced the shows to some extent.”

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