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Rangoli asks not to make nasty comments on Kangana Ranaut
Rangoli Chandel, sister of Bollywood firebrand Kangana Ranaut never fails to shock the audience with her replies and comments on social media. It...
Rangoli Chandel, sister of Bollywood firebrand Kangana Ranaut never fails to shock the audience with her replies and comments on social media.
It is known that Kangana is playing the role of late Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa in the biopic titled as 'Thalaivi'. On this note, senior actress Neena Gupta commented that the filmmakers should give atleast their age roles to them. Rangoli tried to defend Kangana saying that Kangana tried to suggest Neena and Ramya Krishna's name but the filthy minds of men is filled with sexism. To this comment, a fan questioned why Kangana didn't leave that role to Neena and called her a hypocrite. Rangoli again came into the picture and replied that Thalaivi is a character sketch of an actress who starts her career at the age of 16 and goes on to become the biggest superstar and then the youngest chief minister of the most volatile state Tamilnadu at the age of 39.
Rangoli added that this is where the film would end and people should understand that Kangana left lot of money and opportunities just for the sake of society and the society should value her sacrifices.