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Manikarnika controversy! Kangana Ranaut is very disturbed by Krish’s allegations

Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel reveals that the actress is disturbed because of the constant public attacks by Manikarnika director Krish

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After Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi hit the screens, director Krish came out and made some shocking revelations. From his ouster to his credit being taken away and much more, the director took everyone by shock. However, Kangana Ranaut’s sister – Rangoli Chandel has come out with the other side. She revealed how Krish was being an opportunist. Rangoli even claimed that the filmmaker tried to sabotage the film. There was one more thing that grabbed our attention. She mentioned that even though Kangana is on a break, she is very disturbed. Why? Well it is because of Krish’s allegations and the public attack.

According to Rangoli Chandel, Kangana is chilling in Germany. But the constant public attacks and controversies aren’t letting her enjoy her break. Krish’s allegations post the release have not gone down well with Kangana or Rangoli. And they claim to have asked the director to see the movie on December 6, 2018 itself. However, he did not! This has upset Kangana. Rangoli reveals that the actress is not being able to understand why Krish is doing this, even though she tried to help him. Check out what Rangoli had to say in her Twitter outburst right here!

Apart from this, Rangoli even revealed how Krish did not allow his DOP or anyone from his team to work on Manikarnika after he left. She further stated that Kangana fought for the director’s credit in the movie, but he is still attacking her. Looks like the controversy is heating up. We wonder how Krish will react? In the meantime, share with us your thoughts about the whole Manikarnika controversy in the comments section below! Also stay tuned to Cine Blitz as we get you all the dope and updates from the world of Bollywood right here.

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