Sona Mohapatra opens up on Kangana's tweet tirade, says nobody supported her when she known as out Salman Khan

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Sona Mohapatra opens up on Kangana’s tweet tirade& 

So much has been stated about Kangana Ranaut ever because the Bollywood actress made her official debut on Twitter. At a time when Kangana is eager on exposing the alleged ‘Bollywood Mafia’ within the aftermath of Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life, celebrated singer Sona Mohapatra has shared her expertise on being vocal within the leisure {industry}. Throwing shade on the trolls on social media, Sona gave Kangana an honourable point out in her newest tweet. 

Taking to Twitter, Sona responded to a netizen who had requested the playback singer why she didn’t deal with the abusive comment made towards Kangana. Taking cognisance of the tweet, Sona stated that the woman in query is self-made, sensible, and very succesful. Sona added that Kangana doesn’t even want her pity. Sona’s response has come after Kangana exchanged jibes with Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut over her controversial tweets. 

In one other tweet, Sona took a dig on the trolls and in addition asserted that nobody from the leisure industry-backed her throughout her darkish instances during which she was allegedly threatened, bullied, and intimidated by Bollywood celebs. 

“I’ve by no means had ANYONE from the {industry} communicate up, help me all via the worst phases of being threatened, bullied, intimidated once I’d known as out Salman Khan or Anu Malik Kangana Ranaut didn’t both. (Maybe will if I die?) Has by no means stopped me from talking up. So STFU trolls.” she stated in a tweet. 

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Just like Sona, Bollywood actress Kangana by no means shies away from talking her thoughts on Twitter. The Bollywood actress had courted a controversy by evaluating Mumbai to Pak-occupied-Kashmir in one in every of her explosive tweets. Talking in regards to the beleaguered Bollywood actress, Kangana has been on a campaign to hunt justice for late actor Sushant. The Bollywood actor’s tragic loss of life has reopened debates about nepotism and psychological well being on social media.  

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