Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut‘s highly public fight has become fodder for the media for the last couple of weeks. Kangana Ranaut gave multiple explosive interviews ahead of the release of her film Simran, and brought to the fore her side of the story, while Hrithik kept mum. Over the weekend, he decided enough was enough, and decided to respond to all her allegations and claims. You can read the 16 confessions he made here.
As this gets murkier by the hour, a leaked email between Kangana and Hrithik has surfaced on the Internet, where Kangana is seen writing about her alleged tiff with Salman Khan.
You went for Big Boss. That’s great, it’s good to give BB that post-release promotion. I am glad you didn’t meet SK. He’s weird. When I said no to that film, he said, ‘Kareena was doing that film, but I gave it to you because it won’t help her, but it can make your career’. My jaw dropped. Is he crazy? Kareena’s role in Bajrangi Bhaijaan will make my career? Which world does he live in? Which of his heroine’s career is made?” And I am loved because I never worked with him. Does he even know, people who have put their money on me, directors, producers, studios pleaded with me not to do his films because it will harm my brand (sic)
He (Salman Khan) used to make fun of me. Once he told me, why do you act so much? People like you end up nowhere. Look at Katrina, she is the perfect actress material; looks good and keeps her mouth shut. I told him he is very 19th-century, and I am not interested in becoming Katrina or Salman. He got pissed and started abusing me. After that, we didn’t see his face for two years. He called, messaged, but I never replied. Then he called me for is birthday, I told you about that time I saw him for five minutes. After Queen, he has been wanting to meet me, but I just don’t feel like it, and this film offer is just a desperate attempt. This is the thing with unpleasant people, you just don’t want to see them.
The emails are not reliable at all. Because her account was hacked since May 2014.
Wow… This is going to make for a great Abbas-Mustaan film someday.