Kangana Ranaut-Hrithik Roshan fight flares up again
Just about a week back it seemed like Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut fight would come to a logical end, after Hrithik told mid-day that he has nothing against Kangana. All he wants is to book the imposter (Read more). But it doesn't seem like the war between the two actors is dying yet. In a fresh batch of rumours, it was heard that the cyber cell cops had visited Kangana at her residence on Monday at 10.30 am but were turned away by the security, saying that she's not at home. The security is said to have asked the cops if they have any search warrant and since they didn't and they just wanted to visit her they were turned away. However, sources close to Kangana say that they had no such visitors in their house and it is all hogwash (Read more).
Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut
A friend of Kangana says that the actress had planned a lunch with her mother and other members of the family at her residence because she got some free time after the long Rangoon schedule. And they were disturbed because of the barrage of calls that Kangana received from the media after they heard the rumours. "Kangana and her family were disturbed by the turn of events as media vans had already parked themselves outside the house after hearing the rumours," the friend said.
Kangana's lawyer Rizwan Siddiquee went one step ahead and issued a press statement accusing Hrithik Roshan's public relations firm of having fabricated the entire story. He states, "The media has been told by Hrithik Roshan's PR team that the police is coming to meet Kangana today. That's a blatant lie as no one is visiting Kangana…My client is not a coward to disappear suddenly. We have always been handling the matter legally and without any fear... Such acts of misleading media persons shows acts of desperation."
His PR team is obviously enraged at the accusation and maintains that they had nothing to do with the story making the rounds. Hrithik's lawyer however says, "Instead of giving so many media statements they should record one official statement with the cyber crime cell which will really help the investigation. They are clearly more interested in media wars than anything else. The entire process of investigation is stalled because they haven't officially recorded their statement with the authorities."