Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel has been on the offensive against Alia Bhatt for some time – either questioning her acting skills or slamming her for staying away from political comments. Alia’s dad and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, however, does not want to comment at all on this. Calling Kangana a “bachchi”, Mahesh said that he would not like to comment against someone who started her Bollywood journey as an actress from his production company Vishesh Films.

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On being asked about the recent social media attack by Rangoli, Bhatt told reporters, “She (Kangana) is a ‘bachchi’, started her journey with us. Just because her relative (sister Rangoli) is attacking me, I won’t comment. Our upbringing and culture teach us that we should not raise a finger on our children. So saying anything against our children won’t be possible. My upbringing stops me to do so. Till I die, I will never ever say anything against our child because it is against my upbringing, it is against my nature.”

While Alia had earlier said she would like to earn Kangana’s approval with hard work, at a recent media event, she refused to respond to any offensive statements. When asked by mediapersons whether it hurts her to see her parents getting dragged in the mud while she has been so graceful under fire, Alia responded, “Dekhiye, agar main aisi hu then my family is 10 times more mature and stronger than I am. Mujhe isme padna hi nahi hai, you know. I just want to be happy, positive, work hard, be a better version of myself every day. Log kya kahe, kya na kahe I should not pay attention to it. Everybody has a right to say what they want to say. Main bas chup rahugi, that’s my stand.”

Kangana started her journey in Bollywood in 2006 with the film Gangster, which was produced by Mahesh Bhatt. Kangana also bagged the best debutant award for her performance in the movie.

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First Published:
May 01, 2019 10:11 IST

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