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Soni Razdan Slams Kangana Ranaut Over Her Comments On Mahesh Bhatt

Kangana Ranaut is in hot waters as she gets slammed by wife of Mahesh Bhatt, Soni Razdan for dragging her husbands name and demonising mental health.

Soni Razdan has slammed Kangana Ranaut over her comments on her husband Mahesh Bhat.

Soni Razdan also has commented on the new developments on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and the issue of mental health.

Now the latest logger heads are Soni Razdan and Kangana Ranaut.

Things have been in turmoil since the sad demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. As there were questions about his sudden death, many suspected foul play and many conspiracies had raised their heads.

Now with the findings of the forensic panel of All India Institutes of Medical Science things can finally be cleared.

Kangana Ranaut, who has has been extremely vocal about the Bollywood Mafia and convinced that SSR’s death was murder, tweeted “Young and extraordinary individuals don’t just wake up one fine day and kill themselves. Sushant said he was being bullied and outcast, he feared for his life, he said movie mafia banned him and harassed him, he was mentally affected by being falsely accused of rape #AIIMS

Not stopping on that she added a series of questions with one of them being about Mahesh Bhatt. She tweeted , “Why was Mahesh Bhatt doing his psychoanalysis?”

Also Read: Kangana Ranaut Admits She is not fighting for Sushant Singh Rajput

This seemed to have irked the wife of the filmmaker, Soni Razdan.

Soni Razdan’s Response

Soni Razdan, gave a slamming reply to the actress and told her to stop ‘demonising’ mental illness. She wrote on twitter, “For those saying that ‘people don’t suddenly wake up one morning and kill themselves’ … No they don’t. And that is the whole point. They suffer for many years and struggle long and hard before sometimes sadly just needing to opt for an out.”

Adding further she stated that mental illness is nothing to be ashamed about and that one should get treated as it can save lives. “..Not from life. But from the suffering they’re enduring. Tragically that can involve suicide. Let’s not demonise mental health. Let’s please understand how important it is to address it as an illness. And don’t be scared or ashamed to get treated. It can save your life,” she wrote. 

 While this debate is going on, the late actor’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti reacted to the AIIMS report and said that she is keeping her faith strong and her eyes and hope are on CBI. 

In his official statement, Dr Sudhir Gupta, Chairman of AIIMS Forensic Medical Board, stated, “There were no injuries on the body other than of hanging. There were no marks of struggle/scuffle on the body and clothes of the deceased.

It is yet to be seen how this unfolds as the NCB, Narcotics Control Bureau, is conducting their own investigation into the death with a drug angle.

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