Soni Razdan on Kangana, Rangoli attacking Alia


Well the Bhatt’s and Kangana once again on the front to fight on media, this time Soni Razdan on Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli attacking Alia Bhatt. While the senior Mahesh Bhatt calls the Kangana a ‘Bachchi’ (child). But this time the war of words goes further and from actress to their family. Now family speaks again each other.

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But whatever the reason is, Kangana and her sister Rangoli start’s the controversy.  Now Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan also been dragged in. she was asked if she feels bad that Kangana Ranaut’s siter Rangoli talks about her personal life and daughter Alia Bhatt. She said it is human to feel bad when attacked personally.

Bhatt family is facing some serious personal attacks from Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel for some time now, mostly for her British citizenship. On social media, Soni Razdan has been at the receiving end of right-wing trolls for having anti-majoritarian views.

The Britain-born actor also engaged in a war of words with Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli. As she has launched a personal attack on her, questioning her stand to have opinion about the country when she does not hold Indian citizenship.

Soni Razdan on Kangana Ranaut

In the recent interaction on screening of her Truly Yours’, Son said, “Everybody is human, and I’m not an alien… I do feel bad but then at some point you have to stop feeling bad. You have to think who’s trying to make me feel bad and why.”

Rangoli had attacked Soni and Alia, calling them “non Indian”. In an earlier interaction with media, Kangana had termed media’s comparison of her performance with Alia’s Gully Boy an “embarrassment”. She said that Media have taken filmy kids love too far. Stop pampering mediocre work or else bar will never be raised.

Rangoli attacking Alia

Right after the Kangana and her sister Rangoli’s personnel attack on Alia Bhatt, she said she would like to receive Kangana’s approval with hard work, refusing to respond to any offensive statements. When asked by media persons whether it hurts her to see her parents getting dragged in the mud while she has been so graceful under fire.

Alia replied,” I just want to be happy, positive, work hard, and am a better version of myself every day. Everybody has a right to say what they want to say.”