Published On: Fri, Mar 18th, 2016

Hrithik Roshan breaks silence on alleged affair with Kangana Ranaut

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Hrithik Roshan has finally broken his silence on his alleged affair with Kangana Ranaut that has now taken B-town by storm. In his official statement sent through his publicist, Hrithik has spoken about the fake email id through which he alleges someone was impersonating him. Interestingly, nowhere in his statement has he mentioned Kangana but has addressed the issue of mental health and the fact that he was requested to keep silent and did so for two years. Here’s his official statement.

“Anything private that becomes public gives rise to speculation and unnecessary controversies simply because the general public are not privy to the whole truth.Out of respect for everyone involved, I followed the legal path to resolve the matter in question so as to keep it private. It was a breach of ethics to reveal the contents of a private legal notice. Dignified silence is dignified up to a point, but there comes a time when the silence needs to be broken to protect one’s name, family and image.The crux of the matter is that the mail id hroshan@email.com does NOT belong to me. I had filed a complaint in this regard with Mumbai Cyber Crime cell on 12 December, 2014 when I learnt of this impersonator communicating with said person. I have absolutely NO CONNECTION with this ID. The entire issue stems from a case of identity theft which has carried over to me. My complaint was reactivated on March 5, 2016 and the crime unit has made headway in tracking this person down. Once that is done, the matter can be laid to rest.And finally, I believe that mental health is a grave and crucial issue which merits serious discussion. I would never address it flippantly nor use it as a personal attack. Any allegation to the contrary is a misrepresentation of facts. I was requested to keep silent and I did so for 2 years.”

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