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Rangoli Chandel wants to drag Taapsee Pannu & Swara Bhasker to court; accuses them of mocking Kangana Ranaut’s office demolition

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Recently, Bombay High Court squashed the demolition notice of BMC to Kangana Ranaut. The court even asked BMC to compensate Kangana for the loses caused by their partial demolition of the actress’ Mumbai office.

Now Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chandel has lashed out at Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker. She accused Taapsee and Swara of mocking the demolition of Kangana’s house and spreading misinformation.

In her own words, Rangoli even said that she wants to drag ‘B grade’ actresses like Swara and Taapsee to court but Kangana doesn’t want to take any action against them.

Rangoli shared a note on her Instagram handle which she captioned as, “Here’s an important announcement, some people tried to spread misinformation during illegal demolition of our property at Pali hill…. please beware of such anti-social elements … I will keep informing you all about such shameless fellows in future as well !!”

In her note, Rangoli, attacking Taapsee and Swara, wrote, “One thing I can’t ignore and want to say when we were going through the most difficult time as a family I was deeply hurt to see b grade actors like Swara and Tapasee mocked and laughed at Kangana’s demolished house. They even went on to call the demolition legal. I can actually drag them up court but Kangana does not want any action against them. People please watch out for these frustrated jealous and simply b grade women, don’t believe anything they endorse about Kangana.”

You can read her entire post below:

Interestingly this is not the first time when the Ranaut sisters have slammed Taapsee and Swara. Previously too they have indulged in a war of words. We wonder how Taapsee and Swara will now react to Rangoli’s accusations.

Until then, stay tuned to know all the latest updates from the B-town.

Also Read: Bombay HC calls Kangana Ranaut’s office demolition ‘nothing but malice in law’; asks BMC to compensate

       

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