Easy to Call a Woman a Psychopath, Witch and a Whore: Kangana Ranaut

After recording her official statement in the case, Kangana has given out an interview addressing all the critics.

Published: 03rd May 2016 07:40 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd May 2016 08:21 PM   |  A+A-

Kangana Ranaut at Melange by Lifestyle
By PTI

Actors Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut’s legal battle is getting messier day by day and is out to the world as the ugliest squabble between once alleged dating duo during Krishh 3.

After recording her official statement in the case, Kangana has given out an interview addressing all the critics. “Attempts are made to defame me, don’t know if it’s working…you don’t subject this kind of brutality on somebody,” she told India Today.

Speaking in a more indirect manner, Kangana criticized her ex-boyfriend Adhyayan Suman’s claim saying, “People are discussing about my periods, it’s not an appetizer or cocktail used in food making. There’s nothing gross about periods.”

Addressing Suman’s claim in a more specific manner, she questioned that if a man’s body fluid does not cast a spell by consuming it in anyway, why should a women’s menstrual blood have some black magic power?

Adhyayan painted the ‘Queen’ actress as an abusive girlfriend who made his life “hellish” for the one year they dated. He even alleged that the National Award-winning actor “sabotaged” his career, did “black magic” by mixing her “impure blood” in his food.

Kangana did not go into the details of the legal battle; however, she affirmed that she has nothing to be ashamed of in her life.

“I wasn’t prepared for this (Hrithik-Kangana tussle), it’s easy to call a woman a psychopath, witch and a whore…I can’t explain why I went through certain relationships,” she said.

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