Police Complaint Filed Against Kangana Ranaut Over Her Video Supporting Her Sister Rangoli Chandel

Avya Sharma , 24 Apr 2020
Kangana Ranaut and Rangoli Chandel (Source: Instagram | @rangoli_r_chandel)
Kangana Ranaut and Rangoli Chandel (Source: Instagram | @rangoli_r_chandel)

A police complaint has been filed against the Panga actress, Kangana Ranaut. The actress, in a recent video, came out in support of his sister Rangoli Chandel, whose Twitter account was suspended after a controversial tweet.

The complaint has been lodged by Advocate Ali Kaashif Khan Deshmukh, who resides in Mumbai. A copy of complaint lying with IANS accuses Kangana and her sister of “misusing their stardom, fanbase, fame, money, power and influence with an aim and intent to promote hatred, dis-balance, fights in the country for their personal benefits and gains.”

The complaint also says, “It is pertinent to note that one sister calls for genocide killings, violence and the other sister not only supports her for the same despite nationwide criticism and suspension of her Twitter account, but also gives a label of terrorist to a sect”. 

The actress recently shared a video message saying that if anyone can find a tweet where Rangoli says anything offensive, then they both will publicly apologise. She further mentioned that she and her sister don’t believe that every person attacking the doctors and cops belong to any particular community.

Have a look at the video message by Kangana here:

The actress further stated that, “My sister Rangoli Chandel had specifically mentioned that people who have attacked doctors and police personnel should be shot dead. Celebrities like Farah Ali Khan Ji and Reema Kagti Ji made a false allegation that Rangoli’s comment was community-specific.”

In other news, the Queen star is in Manali these days where she is spending some quality time with her family in self-quarantine.

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