Urvashi Rautela Rages At Report That Cited Inappropriateness In Video Of Her Photo-op With Boney Kapoor. Read Here

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Urvashi Rautela reacts on the viral video involving Boney Kapoor. Here's what the actress said -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

'Hate Story' actress Urvashi Rautela on Monday took to her Twitter handle to react on a video that apparently showed Boney Kapoor's inappropriate behaviour towards her. The two were clicked at Jayantilal Gada's son's wedding and the video started getting viral for all the wrong reasons.

Sharing the screenshot of the news publication that carried the piece, Urvashi tweeted, "Presumably one of India's 'SUPREME' newspaper and this is 'NEWS'!!?? Please, don't talk about GIRL POWER or WOMEN’S LIBERATION when YOU don't know how to RESPECT/HONOUR GIRLS." (sic)

Netizens too reacted on the video. While some supported the actress, a few had an opposite point of view. One user wrote: "Is this true? I thought it is common in film industry.", the other said: "He did touched u in approtiately...it can be clearly seen...but you wont raise ur voice against them...y so scared?", and one fan tweeted: "they want Controversies, so you have to just ignore these types of fake & Nonsense News and focus on your goals, Be happy and infinite happiness and success came in your life and God Bless you #UrvashiRautela"

Read the reactions -

On the work front, Urvashi was last seen in 'Hate Story 4', directed by Vishal Panday. The film also featured Vivan Bhatena, Karan Wahi, Gulshan Grover and Ihana Dhillon. And now, the actress will be seen in Anees Bazmee's directorial 'Pagalpanti'.

The film releases on November 22. Anil Kapoor, John Abraham, Ileana D' Cruz, Arshad Warsi, Pulkit Samrat, Kriti Kharbanda, and Saurabh Shukla are too part of this comedy-drama.



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