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Kangana Ranut and her sister Rangoli Ranaut. ians
  • Rangoli Ranaut speaks against Favouritism in the industry
  • Her tweet states Hrithik Roshan’s supporters ‘Small minded people’
  • Rangoli Ranaut states that Kangana is here for a greater purpose

Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Ranaut has made some harsh statements against Hrithik Roshan’s supporters. While Kangana remains silent, her sister is coming forward to support her.

She continues to take stand for Kangana when actors like Yami Gautam, Farhan Akhtar, Sonam Kapoor supporting Hrithik Roshan openly, Rangoli Ranaut opposes the favoritism in the industry.


Rangoli Ranaut recalls about AIB video of Kangana in which she raised her voice against the wrongs in the film industry like sexual harassment and nepotism and none from the industry supported her.

She considers supporters of Hrithik as ‘ Small minded people ‘ and tweets that Kangana is here for a bigger purpose and greater cause, not to fight with the industry people.

Prepared By Pragya Mittal | Twitter @PragyaMittal05


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