Published On: Wed, Mar 16th, 2016

Hrithik Roshan sues Kangana Ranaut for calling “silly ex”

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Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut has taken their “ex” battle to the court. The Greek God of Bollywood has reportedly slapped legal notice on Kangana for tarnishing his image and hinting publicly that he was his ex. Hrithik sends legal notice to Kangana through his lawyer Deepesh Mehta.

It is learnt that the notice ran into 6 pages. A source says, ”In that notice, Hrithik told her that she should call for a press conference and render an apology to him, spelling out that she had not hinted at Hrithik Roshan as her ‘silly ex’. Else he would make all her correspondence to him public.”

But Kangana Ranaut is not the one who will seat silently and digest everything. She had the feeling it is noting but blackmail. She responded by sending a legal notice through her lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui with a 21-page reply, charging him with intimidation and threat under sections of the Indian Penal Code!

The ‘Queen’ actress claimed that she has not taken his name anywhere and so the superhero can term the word defamation.

It is reported that highly conscious Hrithik has been calling up his close friends and informing them what Kangana has done to him.

Hrithik-Kangana’s rivalry all started when Kangana was ousted from ‘Aashiqui 3’.  When Kangana was asked by media if it was true that Hrithik got her expelled from ‘Aashiqui 3’. The burning actress replied, “Yes, many lame rumours are doing the rounds, even a dumbass can tell where these rumours are coming from. I don’t know why exes do silly things to get your attention. For me, that chapter is over and I don’t dig graves.”

Hrithik responded, “Ther r more chances of me having had an affair with d Pope dan any of d (Im sure wonderful) women d media hs ben naming. Thanks but no thanks (sic)”.

Again Kangana shot back at the hunk, “I respect the other person’s opinion. It’s very likely that a person can have a different perspective of the same situation or rather the past. But then, stick to your stand. Don’t contradict yourself and slyly pursue people, spy on them and chase them. So, we sign and seal the deal, and then move on.”

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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