An hour back, told you that Hrithik Roshan’s legal counsel, Mahesh Jethmalani, had filed a police complaint on his superstar client’s behalf to the Joint Commissioner of Crime Department, Mumbai Police in April this year. In the complaint Hrithik alleges that Kangana “stalked” him and he was “repulsed” but out of decency ignored “sexually explicit” emails she sent him.

Responding to this move of Hrithik, Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli has posted a series of tweets against the actor. Venting her anger on Twitter, Rangoli wrote, “This is the best you can do to save your face?Revive same old stalking, sexually harassing baseless complaint? @iHrithik (sic).”

“Kangana was in school when your first film came if not in the industry she would have called you her uncle...  @iHrithik,” she wrote.

In the next tweet she said that someone young, successful and rich like Kangana would not need a person like Hrithik.

“And still you are going after her to malign her even though you have nothing to say. @iHrithik (sic),” read another tweet.

“Evryone cn tell who is the stalker here forgt about Kangana she hs movd on n stalker uncle pls focus on ur children and wife Tnx @iHrithik,” wrote Rangoli on a concluding note.

Earlier Kangana’s lawyer Rizwan Siddiquee sent us a message which read: "It is quite surprising to note that an electronic news channel is trying to create a media feeding frenzy, concerning an old police complaint which was filed by Mr. Hrithik Roshan sometime early in the year 2016, to miserably create a fresh story and get TRP's for their channel.

Be as it may, I want to clarify to other electronic media channels and other print publications that the said old police complaint concerning an imposter which was filed by Mr. Hrithik Roshan has been dealt with by my client, as per the legal procedure provided.

Also all others should not get confused by the random and out of context questions that may be miserably raised by the channel for obvious reasons. All answers to the questions are available on public platform since early 2016 and it is not prudent on the part of my client to repeat the same things all over again.

If Mr. Hrithik really wants to clear his name then he has to simply answer the questions which were publicly put to him at that stage. The said unanswered questions are also available on public domain since April 2016."

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