I cried, I couldn’t sleep: Kangana demands apology from Hrithik


If you think that Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan’s ‘silly’ battle is over then you are totally wrong. The ‘Queen’ actress is still not able to get over the incident and she demands apology from the ‘Krrish’ actor.

Kangana Ranaut, who lately appeared on Rajat Sharma’s show ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ talked about her ugly fight with Hrithik Roshan and also opened up about the mental trauma she experienced during the whole controversy.

She also denies sending any legal notice to Hrithik Roshan. She says, “I have tolerated humiliation. I cried. I couldn’t sleep. I had stress, trauma.”

The promo was shared on Twitter and saw Kangana saying, "Itni beizzati maine sahi hui hai, jiska koi hisaab nahi hai. Raaton tak main roti thi our mujhe neend nahi aati thi. Mujhe stress hua, trauma hua, mental trauma hua, emotional trauma hua." In another fragment of the promo she says, "Mere naam pe kya waahiyat mails release kiye hue hain. Unko aaj bhi log Google kar ke padhte hain, chatkaare lete hain, ye badtameezi ke liye mujhe maafi chahiye unse."

She demands apology from Hrithik Roshan. I demand apology for this act”, she quips.

Kangana Ranaut was teary-eyed as she narrated the incident.

The fight between Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan all started two years ago when the actress referred Hrithik her ‘silly-ex’ during an interview. Hrithik retorted to her nasty remark, 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, when the controversy boiled up, 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.

Cyber cell investigated all the mails, letters and failed to hold anyone guilty  for the whole incident.