Kangana Ranaut And Sister Rangoli Chandel Record Their Statements At Bandra Police Station
Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut and sister Rangoli Chandel arrived at record their statements at Bandra police station. Scroll down to watch!
Ever since the debate of Nepotism in Bollywood took the internet by storm, triggered by the sudden death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, one actor who was constantly making headlines was Kangana Ranaut. We all are aware of how vocal Ranaut is, when it comes to presenting her opinions on various on-going issues. Right after her opinion on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, she made headlines in October 2020. In October 2020, an FIR against Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel was filed for allegedly trying to create hatred and communal tension through their social media posts. And, recently, on January 8, Kangana and Rangoli appeared before Bandra police to record their statements.
Interestingly, in November, the Bombay High Court asked the sisters to report to the Bandra police station. On the other hand, the court ordered that no coercive action should be taken against them until further orders. On account of the same, the National award winning actor was summoned for two hours.
On the other hand, hours before recording her statement with Bandra police, the Queen actor has shared a video on her social media handles. In the video, the Manikarnika actor said, “ever since I have started speaking for the interest of the nation, the way I am being treated and tortured, the entire country can see that. My house was broken in an illegal manner. Every day new cases are being filed against me because I have spoken for the interest of the farmers. One case has been filed against me even for laughing”.
If latest reports are something to go by, then the Bombay High Court on Monday extended the interim relief to actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel in a sedition case. In addition, the court also said that no coercive action can be taken against the two till January 25. Meanwhile, during Monday’s hearing, Public Prosecutor Deepak Thakare informed the court that the police needed more time for questioning. After hearing to the appeal of Public Prosecutor, Justice Manish Pitale said: “She [Ranaut] was there for two hours. Is this not enough? How many more hours do you [police] need for cooperation?”. The court concluded Monday’s hearing and adjourned the matter till January 25.