Kangana Ranaut reacts to talk of Sara Ali Khan breaking up with Sushant Singh Rajput after Sonchiriya bombed

The Panga [2020] actress whips up nepotism talk again, questions attitude of star kids, refers to Rhea Chakraborty as a vulture

By Our Correspondent

Kangana Ranaut (L), Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan in Kedarnath [2018]

The Supreme Court of India has transferred the Sushant Singh Rajput case to CBI. Meanwhile, the late actor’s former flatmate Sameul Haokip has created a stir by claiming that Rajput was once in a relationship with Sara Ali Khan, but the latter perhaps broke up after Rajput’s film Sonchiriya [2019] flopped.

Haokip posted his views in a couple of Instagram posts.

“i remember the time during Kedarnath promotions… Sushant and Sara were totally in love.. they were inseparable, so pure and childlike innocence. They both had tremendous respect for each other which was so rare to see nowadays in relationships,” Haokip instagrammed.

“Sara along with Sushant had genuine respect for everyone in Sushant’s life, be it family, friends, and even staff. I wonder whether Sara’s decision to break up with Sushant right after Sonchiriya’s box office performance was due to any pressure by the Bollywood Mafia,” added Haokip.

Well, post Haokip’s post poor Sara Ali Khan was getting trolled on social media. It didn’t take long for Kangana Ranaut to express her views on this matter. Ranaut brought up the nepotism debate again, questing the attitude of star kids but also subtly referred to Chakraborty as a vulture.

“News of SSR and Sara affair was all over the media, apparently they were even sharing a room during their outdoor, why these fancy Nepotism kids show dreams to vulnerable outsiders and then publicly dump them? No wonder he fell for a vulture post that,” tweeted Ranaut.

It must be noted that Sonchiriya [2019] got very screens after most exhibitors didn’t give adequate screens to the RSVP production. Producer Ronnie Screwvala’s comments asking exhibitors to bear certain charges were not welcome by most exhibitors. Despite the low box office numbers, Sonchiriya was a critically acclaimed film.


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