Rangoli Chandel Slaps Forbes India With Legal Notice For ‘Wrongfully Displaying’ Kangana Ranaut’s Earnings

Kangana Ranaut’s sister and spokesperson Rangoli Chandel sends a legal notice to Forbes India for displaying incorrect earnings of her sister and that too without her permission

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Rangoli Chandel Slaps Forbes India With Legal Notice For ‘Wrongfully Displaying’ Kangana Ranaut’s Earnings
Not very long ago, Forbes India unveiled the top 100 celebrities’ list for 2019. And, as per them, Kangana Ranaut was placed at the 70th position with an estimated earning of Rs 17.05 crore. Well, that certainly didn’t go down well with Kangana’s sister and spokesperson Rangoli, who slammed the magazine out and out. She called them a fraud and accused them of providing fake figures. Further, Rangoli also revealed how his sister pays "more tax than her entire income mentioned in the poll." (ALSO READ - Rangoli Chandel Takes On Forbes India, 'Don't Write Anything After Smoking H*sh')

But was that it? Umm, we guess not, because Rangoli has now slammed the publication with a legal notice for displaying incorrect earnings of Kangana Ranaut, that too without her permission and desire. In fact, she now took to her Twitter and stated she is awaiting their response over the same. A glimpse of notice shared by Rangoli read, “Unauthorized, unexplanatory and illegal acts of including the name of my client being Ms. Kangana Ranaut, placing her at Rank 70 by wrongfully displaying her earnings to be Rs 17.05 crores (Rupees Seventeen Crores and Fifty Lacs only), without her desire and permission, in the 'Forbes India Celebrity 100 List' for the year 2019 (for the period from 1st October 2018 to 30th September 2019)”

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It continued, “Issued by the Forbes India Magazine which maliciously ranks actors/actresses/cricketers through their aggregate estimated earnings and fame quotient arrived at using vague information provided by multiple sources in entertainment and media industry.

In the past, Rangoli had slammed Forbes India through a series of tweets. She went onto call them as a ‘PR’ exercise.

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Stay tuned with us for all the further updates on this matter.

image source: instagram/rangoli_r_chandel
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