Swara Bhaskar in a new interview has given her reaction on Kangana Ranaut’s ‘B-class’ taunts about her. Swara said that they would not affected her because Swara knew that it is coming from an “agenda,” and is not really an “honest criticism” of he work.
Last year Kangana Ranaut called Swara Bhaskar and Taapsee Pannu a second-class actresses,” and said that they support Nepotism to win Karan Johar’s favor. She had said that even though they talk about their loyalty to him and his nepotistic vibes, they still don’t “get work.”
Speaking to a Bollywood Magazine about the fact that she got called “B-grade” Swara said: “I think I was lucky that when anybody raised that kind of comment about my work, there were so many people to defend me. I didn’t have to say anything myself. I think I also understand where some of these vicious comments come from – an agenda. They are not actually commenting on my work, they are not even commenting on my performance. I would accept a fair criticism of my performance.”
Swara said that she was able to look at her own performance, and even the ones that are considered to be the best, and then talk about where she have made a mistake.
She explained that while she is open to fair criticism, and she can feel that comments like Kangana fall under the umbrella of “trolling”. “I don’t take that stuff seriously because I don’t take trolling seriously. I think it’s completely silly, baseless, pointless. I think it says more about that person than about me.” Swara Said.
“I think all of that stuff says more about that person than it does about me. When people talk like that… If you are making a fair and valid critique, I would really still accept it. But what is there to feel bad about someone who is just showing you their lowest self? Why should I feel bad? They should feel bad,” she added.
Kangana and Swara have worked together in two films – Tanu Weds Manu, and Tanu Weds Manu Returns. The two are constantly seen attacking each other on Twitter. However now Kangana has been banned from the Twitter platform.