BIG ALLEGATION | 'Silly Ex With Nepotism Gang' Harassed Kangana Ranaut And Called Her 'mental And Bipolar', Claims Rangoli Chandel Amidst Film 'Mental Hai Kya' Controversy

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'Her silly ex', Kangana Ranaut's spokesperson Rangoli recalls a two-year-old episode amidst the ongoing 'Mental Hai Kya' debate

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

While Rangoli Chandel is defending Kangana Ranaut's upcoming film 'Mental Hai Kya' on her Twitter handle since the Indian Psychiatric Society raised an objection, she has now claimed that the film is a story of a fight against the prejudice Kangana faced two years back.

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Kangana's spokesperson, manager and sister Rangoli Chandel took up on the 'nepotism gang' and wrote on her Twitter handle: "With Kangana’s permission I am sharing her story, two years ago, her silly ex along with nepotism gang attacked her just to publicly embarrass and discredit her, they called her Mental and bipolar....(cont).(contd) ...endless jokes and memes were made with the intention of insulting and harassing her,rather than feeling humiliated or defensive Kangana pledged to fight the stigma attached to the illness, MHK is a story f fight against this very prejudice Kangana faced 2 years ago  🙏" [sic]

Here's the tweet -

While it is unclear who Rangoli is referring to in her tweet but for the last two years, the biggest scandal in Bollywood that was reported has revolved around two individuals — Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut. The 'silly-ex' jibe began in 2016 when Kangana called Hrithik her 'silly ex' and what followed next is known to everyone — legal cases were filed and the two actors went on record and war of words followed.

Coming back to the 'Mental Hai Kya' debate, Rangoli also retweeted a message from a user who claims to be a clinical psychologist, in support of 'Mental Hai Kya' title. For those unaware, the Indian Psychiatric Society raised objections against the film's title and called it 'discriminative, stigmatising, degrading, inhumane in projecting mental disorders and people who suffer from mental disorders.'



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