Rangoli Chandel has often been in the news for showing her staunch support towards her sister Kangana Ranaut, even if that includes bashing other B-townies. Well, her love-hate relationship with Hrithik Roshan, Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, whom she calls as the ‘Nepo gang of Bollywood’, is not hidden from the world, as she often shares her critique opinions on Twitter. Her latest tweet, however, was on different lines; as she thanked Bigg Boss 13 contestant and actress Koena Mitra, read further to know why.
In her recent blog, Koena Mitra shared her two cents on faux feminism and also stated how the top Bollywood actresses have maintained silence on some big #MeToo allegations. Further, she criticised Tanushree Dutta, who happens to be the torchbearer of #MeToo movement in India, by accusing her of sharing her incident with Nana Patekar years after there were videos on social media. However, after putting allegations on Nana, Koena accused Tanushree of jetting off to the US and living a luxurious life. She called it Tanushree’s attempt to two minutes of fame. However, Koena also stated that not all women are the same and she feels that Kangana Ranaut is an exception. The Saki Saki girl revealed that she looks up to Kangana and believes that she is the human definition of feminism.
In response to the same, Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chandel took to her social media and thanked Koena for her kindness. She wrote, “Dear @koenamitra you are very brave, really admire your honesty, thank you for kind words, this kind of encouragement is always needed no matter how strong one is.”
Meanwhile, Koena Mitra was recently evicted from the popular reality show, Bigg Boss 13, which she went onto term as unfair. (ALSO READ - Bigg Boss 13: Koena Mitra Has No Regrets Of Being On The Show, Despite Salman Khan Defending Shehnaaz Gill- EXCLUSIVE)
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