The Manikarnika actress who is in Manali along with sister Rangoli is helping her do up the house. But the actress is not in any mood to fall back to lash out on Bollywood celebrities.

Recently, in an interview with Mumbai Mirror, Kangana expressed as to how she felt about the video of hers on the wooden horse from the sets of Manikarnika was leaked and made fun of. She was made fun by netizens after the leak, people who understand the process of filmmaking and shooting with animals.

According to Kangana, she knew who had leaked her video and mentioned two people who could not learn horse-riding. As Kangana Ranaut's interview in the Mumbai tabloid everyone was trying to guess who these people were, her sister Rangoli Chandel shared pictures on Twitter of two people horse-riding, and they looked like Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt.

Recently, the sister of the actress, Rangoli Chandel lashed out on Ranbir – Alia through a tweet, creating another controversy which read,” "These two pappus had to learn riding for their upcoming love story, they went for one day got so sore never came back again, Kangana fell from horse 3 times after various injuries and invested whole year of hard work to get galloping...and action right on a horse back, this is a proof, pappus can never work as hard as hungry bhukhhad outsiders, abhi tunhari jalti hai toh main kya karoon , pls prove me wrong show me one vidoe of pappus galloping."


These two pappus had to learn riding for their upcoming love story, they went for one day got so sore never came back again, Kangana fell from horse 3 times after various injuries and invested whole year of hard work to get galloping...(contd) https://t.co/1uZaVjDzLv

— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) June 15, 2019 ">
Kangana who was last seen slaying with her looks in the Cannes Festival 2019 is  done with the shooting of her film Mental Hai Kya is in her family home in Manali.

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