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Kangana Ranaut Replies On The Summons Send By Mumbai Police, Says ‘Bohot Yaad Aati Hai k-k-k-k-k Kangana’

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is often involved in controversies. Recently she has been accused of spreading communalism due to which she has been summoned by the Mumbai Police. According to this summon, both Kangana and her sister Rangoli will soon have to appear before the Mumbai Police. Now Kangana herself has reacted to this summon sent to her via social media.

On Wednesday, Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel were summoned by the Mumbai Police. Police has asked them to appear before the Investigation Officer on October 26 and 27. Following the Mumbai Bandra court’s order, an FIR was registered against the two under 124A (sedition), 295A and 153A at Bandra police station in Mumbai.

After this, Kangana herself has given her reaction about this. Kangana is very active on social media anyway. In such a situation, she has given the answer through her social media handle. Kangana made a tweet through her official Twitter account. In this tweet, she wrote, ‘Obsessed Penguin Sena… Pappupro of Maharashtra, bahut yaad aati hai k-k-k-k-k-Kangna, koi baat nahin jaldi aa jaungi….’

Let us tell you that Kangana and her sister Rangoli have been accused of spreading communal hatred. The petition filed in the court said that Kangana Ranaut through her tweets tries to create a quarrel in the Hindu-Muslim community in Bollywood. The petitioners say that through the statements and tweets of Kangana, hatred between the two communities increases. Munna Varali & Sahil Ashraf Syed have filed this petition in the Bandra court.

On social media, Kangana Ranaut often gives her opinion on every issue. She also lives in a lime light due to the statements made through her tweets. Recently, she has attacked Bollywood several times in a row. Due to which she has been continuously collecting lime lights for many months.

Also Read: Kangana-Hrithik Spat shows the Ugly side of Bollywood

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