Evergreen actress Shabana Azmi recently had an interview in which she spoke about Kangana Ranaut. Rangoli Chandel aids Kangana.
In the interview with a daily newspaper, Azmi shared her views and stated that Kangana fears the day when she will no longer be in the headlines and even advised the ‘Queen’ actress to focus on what she does best, which is acting.
This reportedly did not go down well with Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel who immediately came to Kangana’s defence.
Rangoli Chandel took to social media to vent her frustrations. She questioned the different rules set by them.
Responding to Azmi, Rangoli took to Instagram stories and wrote, “Here comes the suicide gang! Dear Shabana ji I have a few questions for you and your husband. Why don’t you both also stick to your respective acting and poetry? Why do you guys actively participate in anti-India politics? To remain in headlines? Or you feel for certain issues? If your anti-India agendas are genuine then why can’t her pro-India agendas be genuine as well? Why different rules for her and different for you?”
In the past Kangana Ranaut had butted heads with Shabana Azmi and her husband Javed Akhtar by calling the anti-national.
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Kangana’s sister and manager Rangoli Chandel earlier claimed that Javed called Kangana home and ‘intimidated’ and ‘threatened’ her to apologise to Hrithik Roshan.
Kangana Ranaut has been making headlines by bringing in attention to the alleged drug mafia and Bollywood mafia in the industry. She is also being forefront in her crusade about Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death.
She had even gone ahead and called Bollywood gutter. Her that statement drew lot of flake from the industry and irked many people including Jaya Bachan.
On work front, Kangana is busy shooting for her next venture Thalaivi. She took a break from her busy schedule to share a cute picture of her mother making food via twitter.
She wrote: “In the midst of filming Thalaivi just received a delightful picture of mother making season’s first makki ki roti, she has a separate little chulha for authentic smokey taste of chulha rotis from home grown makki.”