Aditya Pancholi to file defamation case against Kangana Ranaut
According to sources, Aditya Pancholi and wife Zarina Wahab have already arrived at the Andheri court in Mumbai to file a defamation case against Kangana Ranaut
'Queen' Kangana Ranaut has been on a spree of verbal and legal vendetta with the film industry. During Kangana's 'Simran's release, barring the film, she had rather spoken about her unhealthy relationship with her alleged exes Hrithik Roshan and Aditya Pancholi. Ranaut opened the dusted pages of her unpleasant affair with Aditya Pancholi, when she had stepped into the world of glitz and glamour. She spat fire and Aditya Pancholi immediately retorted to the accusations made on him, by filing a defamation case against her.
According to sources, Aditya Pancholi and wife Zarina Wahab have already arrived at the Andheri court in Mumbai to file a defamation case. Pancholi isn't "angry" but "hurt" by Kangana's act. A report in Bombay Times states, "The legal team sent Kangana and her sister Rangoli notices, but their response wasn't up to the mark. We asked them to apologise unconditionally on the same national platforms where Kangana made those derogatory remarks against me. Eventually, her sister and she dragged even my son, daughter and wife into all this. That's the reason Zarina and I decided to file a defamation case against her, which is both civil and criminal."
Recently, Hrithik broke his silence over this raging controversy. And Aditya clarifies that he filing the case against Kangana has nothing to do with hers and Hrithik's row. "My case against Kangana has nothing to do with what is happening between Hrithik and her. Hrithik can deal with his own issues, but I'm clear that I will not keep quiet about whatever is bothering me."
Taking a dig at Kangana and her sister Rangoli, he further said, "Cases are fought on merit and evidence. Remarks and statements will not come handy in the court of law, proof will. The onus to prove her merit lies with her. Once the case is up for hearing, we'll know."
Considering the amount of dirty linen washed in public, even Aditya is least bothered to maintain a "dignified" approach. He thinks taking the legal route is the only best option. "I'm not doing anything undignified. Kangana has no right to talk about my family and me in such a manner. Why should I shut up? If I don't fight for my family, who will? If someone makes remarks about my family , should I lock myself up in a room and sit tight? Someone has to put an end to her lies, and the only way to do it is through the law. I don't want to stoop to her level," concluded Aditya Pancholi.