Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut has been creating a storm – not just with her stellar performances and her choice of films – she has made startling and shocking revelations for the past two years regarding her past relationships, especially her alleged affair with Hrithik Roshan. And now, Kangana has said she feared for her life during the public spat with the Krrish star.

In an interview to Rajeev Masand, Kangana said, “There are so many things that happen in extramarital things really. Look at what happened in the Malayalam (actress) case. What that man did to her for a complaint to his wife. He got her raped, got her videos circulated. All this only happened now but girls get pregnant, they get shot, they get killed for things like these. Of course, I feared for my life,” she said.

Kangana was referring to the abduction and molestation of a Malayalam actress, allegedly by actor Dileep. According to the police, Dileep got the actress abducted as she complained to his first wife Manju Warrier that he was having an extramarital affair with Kavya Madhavan. Dileep has been arrested in the case. Kangana has alleged that while she was in a consensual relationship with Hrithik, the Kaabil actor has denied her claims.

She also asked for an apology from Hrithik and his father Rakesh Roshan, “I’m still waiting to meet him face-to-face and exchange two words on this and sort this out, but he’s been running and hiding from me. He (Hrithik Roshan) and his father (Rakesh Roshan) have made fools of themselves, they should apologise to me in public. Even if they don’t, I will clarify to the world what happened to the case. The case has not died down. They couldn’t prove anything.”

Talking about how Hrithik claimed that Kangana was interacting on mail with an impostor and not him, Kangana said on the show, “He (Hrithik Roshan) and his father claimed they would expose me and shock the world, but they couldn’t prove anything. He (Hrithik) slapped a notice saying, ‘She caused great harm to my reputation because she called me a ‘silly ex.’ I am the silly ex.’ But, he couldn’t prove it. So, he changed his stance and said, ‘She’s right, she had an affair, but that wasn’t me, it was an imposter.’ But, he couldn’t prove that also.”

Kangana and Hrithik were engaged in a public war when she talked about her ‘silly ex’ in an interview. Hrithik retorted to this with a rather nasty tweet, writing, “Ther r more chances of me having had an affair with d Pope dan any of d (Im sure wonderful)women d media hs ben naming.Thanks but no thanks (sic).”

Later, Hrithik sent a legal notice to Kangana. “Since quite sometime you (Kangana) have been insinuating and trying to create an image within the film industry through print and social media and in public at large that there was some relationship between our client (Hrithik) and you,” the notice sent by Hrithik’s advocate Deepesh Mehta on February 26, 2016 said.

Watch Kangana in conversation with Rajeev Masand

Kangana answered with a counter-notice, asking Hrithik to take back his notice or face a criminal case. Hrithik has maintained he has met Kangana only publically and that Kangana has been communicating with an impostor on email. The Mohenjo Daro actor also filed a complaint with Mumbai Police’s Cyber Cell department in this regard and some of the emails written by Kangana to Hrithik also found their way to social media.

On Rajeev’s show, Kangana alleged that Hrithik misused her email account since he had the password for it. “I never knew he will send so many emails to himself from my account. I even complained to his father that I don’t know what your son is up to. He used to stay logged in to my account throughout the night. Then his father (Rakesh Roshan) promised to help me but he never did. Ultimately, I shut the account.” But she admits that out of all the emails, some of them were written by her when she was in New York.

Kangana is at present shooting for her Rani Jhansi biopic, Manikarnika, while Hrithik Roshan is supposed to have started work on a film Super 30

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