Rakesh Roshan responds to Kangana Ranaut's 'unsubstantiated' claims: 'We are not loose talkers'
Rakesh Roshan says that all documents, e-mails and electronic devices have been submitted by his family to the crime branch
When the complaint filed by Hrithik Roshan against Kangana Ranaut, where he accused her of stalking and hounding him, went viral, attention was brought back to the legal case involving the two actors.
He had accused his Krissh 3 co-star of sending sexually explicit e-mails and had alleged that someone had impersonated him, built a relationship with Ranaut, and forced her to take pictures of herself. He also repeatedly asserted that his relationship with Ranaut was strictly professional.
His father Rakesh Roshan responded to the claims made by Kangana Ranaut. "We are not loose talkers. We don’t believe in making wild unsubstantiated accusations. We have submitted our complaint with all the proof. If you want a copy of the complaint, please request it from our lawyer Mahesh Jethmalani’s office, as it is now in the public domain... I was taught to be honest by my father and I’ve taught Hrithik the same," said Roshan to DNA.
He further added that his family had submitted their side of the story to the crime branch on 8 April 2017, inclusive of all documents, e-mails and electronic devices.
Very recently, Ranaut's lawyer Rizwan Siddiquee responded to the complaint by saying that the 'impostor' case had been settled as per legal procedures, and that all questions had been answered by the actress.
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