Sona Mohapatra REGRETS Commenting On Kangana Ranaut. Can The Singer Not Make Up Her Mind?
Well, Sona Mohapatra, we still can’t figure out whether you are for Kangana or against her. In yet another tweet, the singer reveals that she regrets using the term ‘washing dirty laundry’, calls it ‘impulsive’ and ‘careless’...
It’s better late than never. Sona Mohapatra who recently
shared her views on Kangana Ranaut for her recent comments on Hrithik Roshan on Aap Ki Adalat, has realised her mistake
and has apologised for saying that the actress should not have washed her dirty linen in public and get her
point across by her actions and work.
She took to Twitter and said, “I do regret using these words 'washing dirty laundry' though. Was impulsive, careless & doesn't convey what I really meant. My bad.”
I do regret using these words 'washing dirty laundry' though. Was impulsive, careless & doesn't convey what I really meant. My bad. https://t.co/xUSqKFy611— SONA (@sonamohapatra) September 11, 2017
Sona we hope this puts an end to all your opinions for or
against Kangana Ranaut.
Coming back to the open letter, Rangoli Chandel post her open letter blasted Sona on social media and said “When someone bares her soul don't call it circus, you are a black spot on womanhood. #shameonyou@sonamohapatra.”
Kangana Ranaut With Sister Rangoli Chandel Together At An Event
Rangoli added, “She added, “Humn journeys can't b measurd in prerelease n post release paramtrs, ur empathy n wisdm is a slave to movie release calendr @sonamohapatra. people like you try and milk publicity from everything please take several seats, your two minutes of fame are up.”
To recap the episode, Sona wrote: “Dear Kangana, I have
always cheered loudly, in private & in public for you. Long, long before
you turned queen et all but your current run across the airwaves regurgitating
personal details of your love life over & over again, washing dirty linen
in public & more so as part of a professional PR campaign before your film
release is in bad taste. No two ways about it. Also, it does a big dis-service
to the cause of feminism & fair play. Wish you well & wish you would
rise above this muck & make your point through actions & your work.
Your success doesn't need this tabloid trail. Your well thought out &
superbly worded open letters of the past, fearless interviews addressing larger
issues, taking a stand, taking legal recourse are welcome. The current
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