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Lawyer, sister hit back at Hrithik's complaint against Kangana


According to a new report, Hrithik Roshan's legal counsel filed a 29-page complaint alleging that he was 'stalked and hounded' by Kangana Ranaut.

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The Hrithik Roshan-Kangana Ranaut legal battle seems to have no end on the horizon. According to a recent report on the television channel, Republic, Hrithik and his legal counsel had filed a 29-page complaint earlier in the year alleging that Ranaut had stalked and hounded the actor.

The complaint also alleged that Ranaut had sent out emails to Hrithik calling him as her 'eternal lover' and even accused the actress of sending 'sexually explicit emails'.

In the complaint, posted on the website of Republic, Hrithik's team alleges that Ranaut had sent in 'abusive text messages' on Hrithik's mobile number. The complaint also alleged that Ranaut's sister, Rangoli Chandel, sent an email accusing Hrithik of 'having a relationship with her sister and also of hacking into Ms. Ranaut's (email) account and forcing her to take pictures and videos of herself.'

This new development, with the Replublic's report, has earned a scathing reply from Ranaut's sister, Chandel, and her counsel, Rizwan Siddique. Writing on Twitter, Chandel slammed the Roshans asking 'this is the best you can do to save your face?'

In a series of tweets, she went on to blast the actor, even to the extent of calling him 'uncle' and stating that Ranaut had no need of stalking him.

Chandel even put up a reply from Ranaut's counsel, Rizwan Siddique, stating that 'the said old police complaint concerning an imposter which was filed by Mr Hrithik Roshan has been dealt wth by my client, as per the legal procedure provided.'

Siddique went on to add, 'Also, all others should not get confused by the random and out of context questions that may be miserably raised by the channel for obvious reasons. All answers to the questions are available on public platform since early 2016 and it is not prudent on the part of my client to repeat the same things all over again...If Mr. Hrithik really wants to clear his name, then he has to simply answer the questions which were publicly put to him at that stage. The said unanswered questions are also available on public domain since April 2016.'