In response to a tweet from Kangana’s sister Rangoli, accusing him of throwing chappal at her sister, Mahesh Bhatt has refused to comment on it.
Mumbai: A few days ago, Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel’s tweet "He threw chappal on her!'' went viral. In this intriguing tweet, Rangoli claims it was director Mahesh Bhatt who threw chappal on her sister Kangana.
Rangoli also attacked Bhatt's wife Soni Razdan and their superstar daughter Alia Bhatt and called them "non Indian".
In a series of tweets on the micro-blogging website, Rangoli has accused Mahesh of throwing ''chappal'' at 19-year-old Kangana during the screening of Woh Lamhe in 2006 and sent her home. She also said, it wasn't Mahesh Bhatt but Anurag Basu who gave Kangana a break and claimed that when Kangana refused to do a film titled Dhokha for him, an upset Mahesh Bhatt not only shouted at her but also threw a chappal at her.
But now, when Mahesh was asked about the recent social media attack by Kangana's sister Rangoli Chandel, he told reporters, "...she (Kangana) is a 'bachchi', started her journey with us. Just because her relative (sister Rangoli) is attacking me, I won't comment."
He also calls Kangana a "bachchi", filmmaker Mahesh said that he would not like to comment against a "bachchi" (child), who started her Bollywood journey as an actress from his production company Vishesh Films.
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"Our upbringing and culture teach us that we should not raise a finger on our children. So saying anything against our children won't be possible. My upbringing stops me to do so," the veteran filmmaker added.
"Till I die, I will never ever say anything against our child because it is against my upbringing, it is against my nature," he maintained.
(Inputs from news agency)
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Last Updated 1, May 2019, 11:30 AM