Recently, Kangana Ranaut made some shocking claims in a recent interview, and shared her experiences working with Mahesh Bhatt, Aditya Chopra, among others. In the interview with Republic TV, Kangana Ranaut stated that Mahesh Bhatt chased her and threw a chappal at her at the trial of Woh Lamhe. However, now, Woh Lamhe’s writer Shagufta Rafique has rubbished allegations of Mahesh Bhatt hurling a chappal at Kangana. She mentioned that she was right there, and did witness him yelling at Kangana. She also questioned why Kangana worked with him again if she had a problem with him.
In an interview with Times Of India, Shagufta Rafique, who has worked as a writer with Mahesh Bhatt's company for 13 years, said that she does agree that Mahesh Bhatt shouted at Kangana, and that there were reasons for it. “He did raise his voice at her at the 'Woh Lamhe' (2006) trial when she came late for the show...There were some shooting issues and that she had turned down a film which of course is her right, But she is going back to the past and adding something that never happened at all. The entire unit was present for the trial show, including Mohit Suri, Mukesh Bhatt and rest of the Star cast..I was a witness that yes he did yell at her too much but It is just not in his nature to do something that he is being accused of,” said Shagufta.
Responding to the allegations of nepotism against Mahesh Bhatt, Shagufta Rafique shared her own story that she came from nowhere, and it as Mahesh Bhatt who changed her whole life.
Shagufta was also the writer of the 2009 film Raaz: The Mystery Continues, which starred Kangana Ranaut and Adhyayan Summan, and also marked the last film Kangana die with Mahesh Bhatt. “If such an incident had happened with her and she had a problem with Mahesh Bhatt, why did she work with Vishesh films at all, is a question she needs to ask herself...,” said Shagufta. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut’s Team Hits Back At Taapsee Pannu For Posting Half Edited Videos, Calls Her ‘Not Just B-Grade Actor But Also B-Grade Human Being’
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