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Kangana Ranaut’s CRAZY Dance Video Goes Viral

After calling out the Bollywood celebrities for their drug parties, an unseen dance video of Kangana Ranaut goes viral.

After Kangana Ranaut called out Bollywood celebrities for their drug parties, this video is going viral on social media. This undated video shows Kangana dancing crazily at a party. It is alleged that she is under the influence of drugs.

Meanwhile, Mumbai Police has said that they will probe Kangana’s drug link. To this, she replied on Twitter, “I am more than happy to oblige Mumbai Police. Anil Deshmukh- NCP please do my drugs test, investigate my call records. If you find any links to drug peddlers ever, I will accept my mistake and leave Mumbai forever. Looking forward to meet you.”

Actor Adhyayan Suman who was in a relationship with Kangana years ago, had said in an interview in 2016 that Kangana used to consume drugs and even forced him to take it. The Home Minister said that Kangana will be investigated on the basis of an old interview of Adyayan Suman. Shiv Sena leaders Sunil Prabhu and Pratap Sarnaik had submitted copies of Adhyayan’s interview to the government and demanded an inquiry into the allegations against Kangana.

Adhyayan Suman’s Claim:

Adyayan had said in an interview, “On her birthday in March 2008 at The Leela, she had invited everybody that she had worked with. She said ‘Let’s do cocaine in the night.’ I had smoked hash with her a couple of times before and didn’t like it so I said no. I remember getting into the biggest argument that night because I said no to cocaine.”

Recently, Kangana claimed that 99% of Bollywood consumes drugs. Her comment has provoked several Bollywood celebrities. The Producers Guild of India objected her comment in an open letter. They wrote, “Like any other sector there is no doubt that the film industry has its imperfections, and there must always be an ongoing attempt by any industry to improve upon itself, learn and evolve, while weeding out unsavoury elements or improper practices that hold it back. But to paint an entire industry with the same brush is a gross misrepresentation of reality.”

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