Mumbai: Rangoli Chandel, the sister of 'Queen' of the trade, Kangana Ranaut, is in lots of dialogue as of late. Recently, Rangoli had lately made a controversial tweet in regards to the assault on medical doctors in Moradabad, after which his account was suspended. <! –
Farah Khan Ali, daughter of actor and director Sanjay Khan, additionally reported towards Rangoli on Twitter.
At the identical time, Farah reacted to this and wrote an open letter to Kangana. Farah Khan Ali tweeted about Kangana and wrote- 'My expensive Kangana, I’ll begin with that I’m your large fan and you’re a superb actress. I used to be reacted to Rangoli's tweet as a result of he particularly used the phrases 'Nazi' with 'Mulla' and 'Secular Media' in his tweet that he wrote 'Mulla' and 'Secular Media' in line. , Should be shot and killed.
He additional stated that go away historical past, he’ll name us 'Nazi', however what distinction does it make. Life is extra necessary than false picture. Sanjay's daughter additional wrote – 'The phrase Nazi is synonymous with the genocide of Juice'. Where over 6 million Jews have been destroyed on account of Hitler and it was Nazi who led World War 2. Therefore, it’s completely unsuitable to make use of the phrase 'Nazi', it’s abominable and towards the regulation. '
My expensive Kangana,
Farah Khan Ali pic.twitter.com/kG1lm7E7qe
– Farah Khan (@FarahKhanAli) April 18, 2020
He additional wrote – I’ve nothing private towards Rangoli. Even when met, it has occurred very effectively. He is an acid assault Victim and will encourage individuals. I hope Rangoli realizes her mistake and thinks that she additionally has social and ethical duty. God bless you each. 'Farah Khan Ali's tweet about Kangana is turning into very viral and individuals are additionally commenting on it.
Please inform that Rangoli's Twitter account was suspended after the controversial tweet. This tweet was discovered by Twitter to be towards its guidelines. Rangoli then stated that Twitter is an American platform. It is totally biased and towards India.