Mumbai: After Kangana Ranaut asked why Rakesh Roshan always comes to the rescue of his son (read the full report here: 'Hrithik's a 43-year-old man. Why does he need his father to rescue him?'), the veteran filmmaker said he will speak up about the feud between the actress and Hrithik Roshan at the "right time".
"Whatever I wanted to say I said it. Now I will speak when I feel there is a right time to talk about this," said the senior Roshan.
Recently, Rakesh Roshan commented on the Hrithik-Kangana row and said someone has been "spreading lies" about his son.
In an interview, he said: "Hrithik is different, as when someone (Kangana Ranaut) was spreading lies about him, he chose to stay calm and dignified. If he does choose to come out with the truth, it will shock everyone."
When Queen actress Kangana was questioned about her opinion on Hrithik's father's statement, she minced no words at another event.
She said: "I want to know why Indian men can't stand up for themselves. He (Hrithik) is 43 years old. Why does his father always have to come to his rescue? For how long will he keep hiding behind his big influential father's name?"
"He (Hrithik) is an adult and pretty much can handle his own controversies in show business. It is just a simple controversy. Why do daddies have to save their sons? I don't understand this."
Kangana and Hrithik have been involved in a legal tussle that began since he shot her a legal notice for referring to him as a "silly ex" in an interview (although he was not named in the piece).