Kangana Ranaut is known for her sharp tongue and vocal views in the Bollywood industry. This time the diva pointed towards the well-known producer Pahlaj Nihalani claimed that for ‘I love you Boss’, she was asked to dree in a robe. This demand was mainly for the photoshoot. She said that her character was of the soft adult role with intimidate scenes. For which, the producer stepped forward to give his own views.
He said, "First of all, I wasn't even there when the photo-shoot for the film happened. She had gone for the shoot with her then-secretary Rakesh Nath, who also looked after Madhuri Dixit. So what she wore for the photo-shoot or didn't wear was not my lookout,"
He added, "Secondly, does Kangana remember how desperately she needed this role in my film I Love You Boss, which she is now calling porn, and how much she requested me to cast her? Kangana had gone around the entire film industry with Aditya Pancholi knocking on every producer's door for work. But it didn't happen. No one signed her. Only I ventured to sign her, although I was advised against it,"
"For ten years she has acknowledged Anurag Basu as her mentor and discoverer. She seemed to have completely forgotten that long before Anurag Basu, I cast her in I Love You Boss and she seemed most happy about it. The story was about a young girl and her crush for her boss. I approached Amitabh Bachchanji for the boss' part. When he declined the part, I approached Rishi Kapoor. He loved the script but couldn't do the film. I finally asked my dear friend Shatrughan Sinha and he agreed."
"Kangana said she won't work with Shatruji. She told me Zarina Wahabji had advised her not to. She didn't take Aditya Pancholi's name. She took his wife's name. I was livid. Was Kangana in a position to turn down a film with a legend like Shatrughan Sinha? That was the end of the project." He recalled an incident
He went as far as saying that, "Actors like Kangana Ranaut bring a bad name to all the efforts by strugglers who are given a chance by producers. With success the struggle is forgotten and so are those who helped you get where you are."