Rangoli Ranaut Hits Out At Movies Glorifying Dawood, Twitterati React

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Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli is back with her controversial tweet about movies made on Dawood in Bollywood. Read ahead to know what users want to say.

Written By Krupa Trivedi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel is back with her controversial tweets and lashing out at people on social media. Rangoli replied on the tweet of filmmaker Anubhav Sinha on his tweets on 'Contractors of Hinduism'. However, users were not able to accept Rangoli's reply and decided to bring out some facts on choices of Kangana’s movies.

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Rangoli lashes out at Anubhav, Twitterati asks about Kangana’s first movie?

A few days ago, Director Anubhav Sinha wrote on the Tweet about contractors of Hindusim. However, Rangoli decided to reply to his Tweet and gave her opinions. But soon after her reply, netizens pointed out that Kangana had also done films related to gangsters and abuse. Many of the users replied to Rangoli’s Tweet and asked about what was the first movie of Kangana Ranaut.

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Many users replied saying, "Can't decide if Once upon a time in Mumbai glorified gangster more or Shootout at Wadala (in later, a rape was normalised n romanticised). Rascal objectified woman likes anything". Another user also wrote that, "Khud ke gireban me jhanko madam...Gangster, Shootout at Wadala, Once upon a time in Mumbai yeh sab kya hai...aap ki behn ne hi to kiya hai Dawood ki movies". 

Here are some more Twitter reactions.

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