Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli attacks Ajay Devgn for working with Alok Nath in De De Pyaar De
Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli also shared an open letter written by Tanushree Dutta on Ajay Devgn's hypocrisy on the MeToo movement.
Chandel took to social media and shared an open letter by Tanushree Dutta on Wednesday. Referring to Ajay, Chandel added that, "These men are so intoxicated with power and money, they are teasing the movement by supporting fellow harassers and slyly mocking the victims..."
These men are so intoxicated with power and money, they are teasing the movement by supporting fellow harassers and slyly mocking the victims, also shamelessly defending their actions with lame excuses...(contd)
— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) April 17, 2019
(Contd)....and all those who are enjoying the sweetness of silence just because it is happening to somebody else’s daughter shall know the world is round and everything comes around 🙏 #Metoo — Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) April 17, 2019
Ajay had earlier shown support to the #MeToo movement when he declared that he would not work with people who had been accused in the movement.
His association with Alok Nath (one of the more prominent names which came up during the movement) for De De Pyaar De however, brought in considerable backlash with most people calling the actor out since Ajay has not remained true to his word.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Tripti Dimri recounts director Anvita Dutt described Bulbbul's character as 'complete': 'She doesn't need a soulmate'
Tripti Dimri says she felt 'suffocated' playing the initial Bulbbul as she was a 'people pleaser' herself
Swara Bhaskar claims Prasoon Joshi must've 'misunderstood' scene from her show Rasbhari after CBFC chief's criticism
Prasoon Joshi said he is 'saddened' with the 'irresponsible content' of Rasbhari, stating creators should rethink 'freedom of expression.'
Akshay Kumar is glad Laxmmi Bomb is getting a digital release on Disney+Hotstar, but says he's 'sad for theatres'
Disney+Hotstar on 29 June announced its slate of seven films, which will have a direct-to-digital release this year, including Laxmmi Bomb.