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Kangana Ranaut: If Narcotics Control Bureau enters ‘Bullywood’, many A-listers will be behind bars

Kangana Ranaut took to Twitter and implied that many A-listers in Bollywood consume illegal drugs. She also said that she had been drugged during her early days in Bollywood.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: August 26, 2020 9:34:12 pm
Kangana Ranaut, Bandra office, BMC allegation, Mumbai news, Indian express newsThe actor on Monday filed a rejoinder to BMC’s additional affidavit to her plea through advocate Rizwan Siddiquee and said, “I deny (BMC’s allegation) that the petitioner failed to deny having carried out unlawful additions and alterations as alleged or at all."

Kangana Ranaut, who recently joined Twitter, took to the platform on Wednesday and implied that many A-listers in Bollywood consume illegal drugs. The actor also implied that she had been drugged in her early days in the film industry.

Kangana’s tweet read, “If narcotics Control Bureau enters Bullywood, many A listers will be behind bars, if blood tests are conducted many shocking revelations will happen. Hope @PMOIndia under swatchh Bharat mission cleanses the gutter called Bullywood.”

In another tweet, Kangana Ranaut revealed that when she was still a minor, her “mentor turned tormentor” would spike her drinks and sedate her. The actor also said that she got introduced to the “sinister world and drugs” after she became successful in Bollywood.

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Her tweet read, “I was still a minor my mentor turned tormentor used to spike my drinks and sedate me to prevent me from going to cops, when I became successful and got entry into the most famous film parties I was exposed to the most shocking and sinister world and drugs, debauchery and mafia.”

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