Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan on Monday launched a tirade against Kangana Ranaut for her constant diatribe towards both the mother-daughter duo. Razdan implied that Kangana was a thankless soul, who had chosen to target her and Alia despite Mahesh Bhatt, the Gully Boy actress’ father, giving her a break in the Hindi film industry.
She wrote, “Mahesh Bhatt is the man who has given her a break … she goes on to attack his wife and daughter. Daughter over and over again. What is left to be said then about abusing and hatred I wonder. Apart from character of course. Agenda ? What’s hers …”
Razdan, however, soon deleted her tweet after Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chahel said that it was Anurag Basu and not Mahesh Bhatt, who had given Kangana her first break in Bollywood. She wrote, “Dear Soni ji, Mahesh Bhatt never gave her a break, Anurag Basu did, Mahesh Bhatt ji works as a creative director in his brothers production house.”
Her subsequent tweets read, “please note that he doesn’t own that production house, after Woh Lamhe when Kangana refused to do a film written by him called ‘Dhokha where he wanted her to play a suicide bomber he got so upset that he not only shouted at her in his office. But later when she went for Woh Lamhe preview to a theatre he threw chappal on her, he didn’t allow her to see her own film, she cried whole night …. and she was just 19 years old.”
Kangana has attacked Alia on a number of occasions recently. Kangana had questioned Alia’s silence on issues related to politics and society. Responding to Kangana’s criticism , Alia had recently said, “Listen I definitely don’t have that ability to speak as candidly as Kangana does. And I really really respect her for that. And May be in a way she is right that some time we do hold back because we don’t want or we may feel that why speak unnecessarily. My Dad always says that there are already so many opinions in the world. The world can do with one less opinion. I have an opinion but I will keep it to myself. But, kudos to her because she genuinely speaks really well.”