Mumbai, May 29 -- Earlier this week, rumours about Swara Bhaskar having issues with Kangana Ranaut started doing the rounds.
Apparently, during the shoot of their recently released film, Tanu Weds Manu Returns, the makers had to move around the schedule to accommodate Swara's dates. According to an insider, Kangana was not pleased with the last-minute changes. However, Swara denies the buzz.
"I don't know where all these fabricated stories are coming from," she says, adding that she does not take such rumours seriously. "When false stories are being written about you, it means that you have become successful," she adds, jokingly.
The actor insists that she is not one to "throw tantrums", and does not give the makers of her films "a chance to complain". "If there is anyone who respects what it means to have work, it is the people who have worked hard to get that work, and I am one of them," she adds.
Swara says that she has no plans to "call Kangana personally to resolve the issue". "There's nothing to say. Since we never had any problems, why should I call her?" says Swara, before going on to praise her co-star's critically acclaimed performance. "Kangana has done a fantastic job [in the film]. She is a good actor, and has outdone herself in this movie. This is a time for celebration."