Kangana Ranaut was in response to a defamation lawsuit by the writer – writing Javed Akhtar’s words against her when she shared the tweet from leader Shiv Sena, Sanjay Raut that mentioned the same issue. Javed filed the lawsuit in the Mumbai court, saying the actor made “unfounded charges” against him in comments made to the media about the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. .
“Ek exam sherni… aur bhediyon ka jhund (used to have a female lion… and a pack of wolves),” Kangana wrote while sharing Raut’s tweet. The politician wrote, “Lyricist Javed Akhtar filed a criminal lawsuit against Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut for making defamatory statements on national and international television. The complaint was filed before the Metropolitan Courthouse in Andheri, Mumbai. “
In the lawsuit, Javed said the actor made “unfounded comments”; that damaged his reputation. He accused Kangana of manipulating his name while referring to a “privileged club” in Bollywood that boycotted Sushant Singh Rajput and her in the Hindi film industry.
Sushant died of suicide in June this year and Kangana alleged that he was a victim of nepotism in an industry that refused to let ‘outsiders’ come due. A CBI investigation is underway about the actor’s death.
She was also involved in a confrontation with the ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra after comparing Mumbai to Pakistani-occupied Kashmir. Her war of words with Sanjay Raut escalated further and she received the Y-plus Security Center prior to her visit to Mumbai. Her property in Juhu, Mumbai was partly demolished by the municipal company on the grounds of illegal construction. A case in connection with this is taking place at the Supreme Court of Bombay.
In a separate issue, the Mumbai Police on Tuesday issued a notice to Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel appearing before them on November 10 and November 11 in connection with the alleged inciting case. hostility among communities through their remarks. A lawsuit has been filed against the actor with the Bandra police station for allegedly provocative statements.