October 4, 2017 12:43:33 pm
Kangana Ranaut said what she had to say about her relationship with Hrithik Roshan in her bare-all interviews. Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chandel even accused Hrithik of being a ‘stalker’ and called him ‘uncle’. While the Roshans have so far refused to comment on Kangana’s claims, it is Hrithik Roshan’s father Rakesh Roshan who has finally broken the silence on the entire brouhaha. For him, his family is the one which doesn’t indulge in “loose talking”.
In an interview with DNA, papa Roshan was quoted as saying, “We are not loose talkers. We don’t believe in making wild unsubstantiated accusations. We have submitted our complaint with all the proof. If you want a copy of the complaint, please request it from our lawyer Mahesh Jethmalani’s office, as it is now in the public domain.” On Monday, Republic TV released a copy of Hrithik’s complaint against Kangana which claimed that both the actors only shared professional relationship and only shared the celebratory moments like Hrithik’s elder sister’s birthday, Rakesh Roshan’s birthday and Kangana’s birthday. y.
Reacting to the complaint which is now available for everyone to read, senior Roshan said, “If you read the complaint, you will be shocked by the facts. We gave our side of the truth to the cybercrime branch on April 8, 2017. We submitted all the authentic, relevant documents with all the emails and electronic gadgets. It’s now up to the authorities to decide who’s telling the truth. We’ve always believed in the power of the truth. I was taught to be honest by my father (legendary music composer Roshan) and I’ve taught Hrithik the same. In this matter, the truth will be out soon.”
In the complaint, Hrithik also alleged that he received ‘abusive’ and sexually explicit emails from Kangana. Mentioning the involvement of Rangoli in the entire episode, the complaint said that she accused Hrithik of having a relationship with her sister and also of hacking into Kangana’s account and forcing her to take pictures and videos of herself.
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