Kangana Ranaut’s Friend’s Open Letter Is Doing Rounds On The Internet – Have You Read It Yet?

Kangana Hrithik Controversy

Kangana Hrithik Controversy – Kangana Ranaut & Hrithik Roshan’s FIGHT is getting ugly day by day. Now, even Bollywood celebs have taken their sides and this just proves that the fight is not going to end anytime soon. AFTER Kangana Ranaut, Hrithik Roshan gave an interview and he spilled some secrets too.

Now, people are waiting for Kangana Ranaut to speak again.

Undoubtedly, their FIGHT is a topic that cannot be ignored, at all. From letters, Mails, pictures, secrets… their Fight is literally confusing people. Many are supporting Kangana Ranaut and others are supporting Hrithik Roshan, including Bollywood celebs like Farhan Akhtar, Yami Gautam etc. “Hrithik-Kangana” chapter is revealing something new every day.

No one from Bollywood industry has supported Kangana Ranaut yet. But there are many Kangana Ranaut FANS who thinks that the actress is speaking the truth. Recently, Cosmopolitan came across a letter written by Kangana Ranaut’s school friend. Kangana Ranaut is still very close to her friend, who is now an established author and poet “Bondina Elangbam.”

Kangana Hrithik Controversy –

Here’s the letter Kangana Hrithik Controversy –

Recently, there has been quite a bit of talk about Kangana Ranaut’s life. To add, I would also like to take the opportunity of the so called ‘social media’ and share my personal experiences. I have known Kangana Ranaut from a very long time. We were classmates as well as roommates in Chandigarh during school days. Kanu (as I call her) was a quiet person but very smart and confident girl. Since she came from a Hindi medium school, the first few months was a little difficult for her to adjust at the new school (D.A.V. Model School, Sec15A). I was also very timid and it was also again a completely different environment for me as I come from Manipur (North-Eastern Region of India). Both Kangana and I struggled in the new school, but it was a lot harder for her since she had to converse everything in English. I never had any issues with the language, except for the food part, which disappeared with the prolonged stay. Kangana was a medical student and I was an arts student. But she would often ask about my subject and appreciated my work as an artist. Back then, even though we were kids, we were aware of our liking/passion. When we discussed about our future/career she would encourage me to do more sketches and also advised me to take up painting as a profession. She was interested in modelling but never thought of acting as a career (back then). She would do mimicry during the short break after our daily study time and I remember asking her once whether she would think of acting as a career, she replied, “nahi, acting toh nahi” (no, not acting), then I asked her again, “Suppose you get an offer from Yash Raj?” that time she smiled and told me, “tab mein dekhungi” (then I’ll see), but neither she nor I in our wildest dream had any clue about her present stardom. I have never seen nor met anyone as hardworking as her. She would study for hours together, overcame her language barrier (English), and passed the 12th finals with distinction. I remember her as a very straightforward and a good human being. Such a thoughtful person Kangana was, she used to bring home cooked meals for us (I still crave for her father’s biryani) when she comes back from her short stay at home. She is a very caring friend. After class 12th we all drifted apart but always kept in touch through phone calls and emails (even after she entered Bollywood). We don’t talk often because of the distance and our respective schedules but we never forgot each other. In April 2015 Kangana invited us (the three roommates) for a reunion at Chandigarh. It was a sweet and short stay but a memorable one. We hung out like good old days with the QUEEN of Bollywood. I don’t follow much of Bollywood but I do hear stories about other actors but just like a soft breeze that blows near my ears. I read all the articles written about her and also watched the interviews (since she is someone very close to my heart, my friend). That’s when I understood the whole scenario. Her success was the main problem, “some” people couldn’t take it lightly. It is very easy for “some” people who are intimidated with her success to point daggers at her but CANNOT bleed her because she is an iron lady. Whenever Kangana moves ahead in life, it is very unfair to judge anyone based on the perspective of some people’s stories. How much truth is embedded in their stories? I know her in and out, how kind she is. An actor who still keeps in touch with her old school friends and spares time to meet them, who has not forgotten her roots, CANNOT be a “psychopath”, a “wh*re”, a “witch”. She has guarded herself with her confidence and success and no one can take that away from her. She is a woman who stands up for herself. KANGANA RANAUT is self-made (I have seen her evolved from a school girl to this reigning Queen of Bollywood). I admire her courage and go-for-a-kill attitude. You inspire so many, Kanu keep breaking the barriers.

Kangana Hrithik Controversy : This letter of Kangana Hrithik Controversy was written in 2016 but it is now going viral on the internet. It revealed a lot about Kangana Ranaut’s LIFE and how she is as a person.

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