After Alia Bhatt, Kangana Ranaut and Sister Rangoli Chandel Are Blasting At Ajay Devgn For #MeToo
After slamming Alia Bhatt for days, Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel is now after Ajay Devgn for working with rape-accused actor Alok Nath in De De Pyaar De. Like always, Rangoli took to her twitter handle to share Tanushree Dutta’s open letter in which she called Ajay Devgn and the makers f De De Pyaar De ‘hypocrite’ for working with Alok Nath in the movie.
Rangoli wrote in her tweet, “It is because of these men our country is a black spot on the world map as far as crimes against women are concerned, shame on you Bollywood for mocking #MeToo.”
She further added, “These men are so intoxicated with power and money, they are teasing the movement by supporting harassers and slyly mocking the victims, also shamelessly defending their actions with lame excuses and all those who are enjoying the sweetness of silence just because it is happening to somebody else’s daughter shall know the world is round and everything comes around.”
These men are so intoxicated with power and money, they are teasing the movement by supporting fellow harassers and slyly mocking the victims, also shamelessly defending their actions with lame excuses...(contd)— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) April 17, 2019
Recently in a statement, Tanushree said, “Tinsel town is full of liars, show-offs and spineless hypocrite. And it seems by a large public consensus that the signpost is pointing currently at Ajay Devgn.” She also said, “It was possible to re-shoot Alok Nath’s scenes once the allegations against him were made public but no, they had to keep the alleged rapist in their film and rub it on not only accuser Vinta Nanda’s but on all our faces.”
Looking towards Ajay’s side, he had expressed his support to #MeToo movement on his social media accounts. Last year in October, he had tweeted that, “I’m disturbed by all the happenings with regards to #MeToo. My company and I believe in providing women with the utmost respect and safety. If anyone has wronged even a single woman, neither ADF nor I will stand for it.”
Meanwhile, Rangoli and Kangana were recently all over the headlines for their back-to-back attacks on actor Alia Bhatt. Rangoli blasted out saying Alia has no right to discuss Indian politics as she’s not a citizen of India. She went to accuse Alia’s father, Mahesh Bhatt of throwing a sandal at her sister Kangana Ranaut during the screening of the 2006 film Who Lamhe.