Kangana Ranaut's Sister Rangoli Chandel Lashes Out At Deepika Padukone And The Live Love Laugh Foundation For 'dancing Like Baratis'

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Rangoli Chandel blasts Deepika Padukone over her boomerang shared on the 2015 'depression' speech crossing 1 million views.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

After taking a jibe at Taapsee Pannu, Varun Dhawan and many more celebrities, Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel now hits out at Deepika Padukone.

Deepika Padukone's organisation TLLL (The Live Laugh Love) Foundation recently shared a tweet on their handle celebrating 1 million views on a video when 'Padmaavat' actress had first spoken about depression. Along with the tweet, the foundation also shared a boomerang of Deepka and chairman of TLLL Anna Chandy.

Rangoli Chandel bashed the actress in her tweet and wrote 'Depression video pe 'baaraatiyon ki tarah naach rahe hain'. She also accused the actress of using of using depression as a publicity gimmick. Read her full tweet below -

For those unaware, Deepika first spoke about her depression in 2015. 

This is not the first time Rangoli has attacked Deepika Padukone and her foundation. TLLL organisation also took to their Twitter handle to oppose the controversial title of Kangana’s film, ‘Mental Hai Kya’. They had then written that 

To this, Rangoli compared Deepika Padukone's foundation to Karni Sena and said: ".please don’t be Karni Sena, don’t jump the gun, I assure you, you will love the film." She concluded by saying: "....have some patience pls ...nobody will be ashamed of this word 🙏.... we need your blessing not your misunderstandings 🙏 @TLLLFoundation"

READ | Rangoli Chandel Fires Astonishing Low Blow At Deepika Padukone Over 'Mental Hai Kya' Controversy, Adds That Her Foundation Will Make Kangana Its Ambassador After The Film



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