Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Chandel Shared A Picture With Hrithik Roshan Alongwith A Message


Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut have been entangled in an ugly war ever since Hrithik Roshan sent a legal notice against Kangana, accusing her of cyberstalking and harassment.

The matter had come out after Kangana Ranaut claimed that she had a relationship with Hrithik and also went on to share emails that were alleged communication between the two. However, the actor had denied that he was never in a relationship with Kangana. He presented his side of the story in an interview with Arnab Goswami.


Kangana Ranaut had denied the charges of stalking and harassment and had filed a counter-charge against Hrithik.

Well, while everything was done and dusted, and people have finally started to forget about the ugliest controversy in Bollywood, on Tuesday, sister of Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli Chandel took to her Twitter and shared a picture of herself with Hrithik Roshan, where he can be seen holding her arm. Sharing the picture, Rangoli claimed that he made many efforts to impress her in order to come into good books of Kangana Ranaut. She wrote:


“Yeh dekho Pappu ji, sara din mujhe impress karne mein laga rehta tha taki meri bahen ki good books mein aa jaye, aur aaj kehta hai hum aapke hain kaun 😂😁😁”

Here, check out the Tweet:


Soon the Tweet caught many eyes and obviously it didn’t go down well with the fans of Hrithik Roshan. A fan tried to remind Rangoli about the stalking and harassment case done by Hrithik on Kangana. To which Rangoli replied:

Why wl she stalk a man who is anyway crazy about her, But can’t even leave his wife cos he is still living on his father’s pocket money,KR has so many properties he nevr even bought his own house, Nepo product Pappu, what is there to stalk?? like I said don’t milk the dead cow.”

Here, check out the Tweet:


Here, check out her few other replies:



Talking about the work front, Kangana Ranaut will be soon seen as the late politician J. Jayalalithaa, in her biopic called “Thalaivi”.