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Actress Kangana Ranaut wants outsiders to be treated better

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Kangana Ranaut’s social media team has responded to Pooja Bhatt’s tweet mentioning the Bhatt camp gave the actress a break in theior film “Gangster”.

Team Kangana Ranaut said that while the actress is grateful to the Bhatt’s production house Vishesh Films for launching her, her intention was to highlight the fact that outsiders deserve better treatment in the film industry.

“Pooja ji Kangana is thankful to Vishesh films fr launching her but she wants outsiders to be treated better, She is thankful that her ex broke up with her but she wishes it ws done respectfully, She feels fortunate to fnd success in world run by men but she wishes patriarchy ends,” tweeted Team Kangana Ranaut on Thursday.

Team Kangana’s response comes in the wake of Pooja’s tweet posted earlier in the day. On Thursday morning, Pooja shared an old video where Kangana can be seen thanking her father Mahesh Bhatt, uncle Mukesh Bhatt and director Anurag Basu after winning the best debutante award at a film festival.

Kangana was honoured for her debut film “Gangster” (2006) directed by Anurag Basu and produced by the Bhatts.

“Guess videos lie too? Besides, it takes two to battle. I leave the denials and accusations to more evolved souls. I rather put forth facts!” Pooja tweeted along with the video link.

Team Kangana’s response to Pooja comes after a Twitter conversation between the two on Wednesday where Pooja reminded everyone that Kangana was launched in Bollywood by the Bhatts.

In response to her tweet, Kangana’s team had alleged that “Mukesh Bhatt does not like to pay artists” and accused Mahesh Bhatt of throwing chappals at Kangana and calling her mad in the past.

On Thursday, Kangana’s team also mentioned about her breakup with her “ex”, without taking names.

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Sushant fans troll Actress Deepika Padukone for her ‘depression’ tweets after his death

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Actress Deepika Padukone is being trolled by fans of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. They seem to be upset with the actress because she had been vocal about depression and mental health on social media soon after Sushant died on June 14.

On Thursday even the hashtag #SCForSSR started trending on Twitter ahead of a scheduled Supreme Court hearing in the case, Sushant’s fans also claimed that Deepika, through a series of tweets from the evening of June 14, had tried to establish that the late actor was battling depression.

“Jai Hind Vande Matram – Police didn’t register FIR – Deepika started Chanting Depression theory – Doctors vanished – Home Minister of maharastra and DCP terming suicide case. SOMETHING VERY WRONG in SYSTEM !! WE want CBI enquiry WE want Justice #SCForSSR,” tweeted a user.

“Dear @deepikapadukone Hope you are not depressed? Just Asking! #SCForSSR,” wrote another user.

“Public hates @deepikapadukone for taking undue advantage of the concoted story of depression in sushant’s name frm the evng of the 14th. Shame on you @deepikapadukone U 2 ve a family …how u did so inhumane thing ? #SCForSSR,” tweeted a fan of Sushant.

“I was liked her, But after this depression theory of her, makes herself an opportunist Shame on u deepika mam… If you can’t came out to stand with truth atleast pls don’t make nonsense depression theory …#SCForSSR,” expressed another Sushant fan.

“The most unpleasant thing isn’t that she claimed he was depressed, giving her support to the theory of a driven-by-depression suicide that helped to cover up the killers, but when she understand depression was only an excuse to cover up the murder, she never apologized. #SCForSSR,” tweeted another user.

“Repeat after me!! Depression is not a luxury. Depression theory should not be used to gain sympathy like @deepikapadukone,” shared a user mocking the actress’ style of tweeting.

On the evening of June 14, Deepika Padukone had tweeted: “As a person who has had a lived experience with mental illness, I cannot stress enough about the importance of reaching out. Talk. Communicate. Express. Seek help. Remember, you are not alone. We are in this together. And most importantly, there is hope.”

“Repeat after me. Depression is an ‘illness’,” reads Deepika’s tweet from June 15.

“Repeat after me. Depression is a form of ‘mental illness’,” the actress had tweeted on June 16.

“Repeat after me. Depression is an illness ‘like any other illness’,” she had tweeted on June 17.

Deepika series of tweets on depression and mental health continued till June 21, after which she became silent on Twitter on the subject.

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Actress Sridevi’s 57th birth anniversary: Fans remember late superstar

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On the 57th birth anniversary of Sridevi, fans took to social media to pay homage to the late Bollywood superstar.

From sharing Sridevi’s iconic scenes and songs from her films to uploading her pictures, fans flooded social media with tributes on Thursday.

“Remembering a legend and forever acting queen #Sridevi on her birth anniversary. There will never be another actress on par with her,” a user tweeted.

‘Her contribution to our film industry can’t be forgotten,” another one wrote.

Sridevi died aged 54 in February 2018, after accidentally drowning in a bathtub in a Dubai hotel.

Her elder daughter Janhvi Kapoor earlier took to social media and posted a black and white picture on Instagram, where she hugs her mother.

“I love you mumma,” Janhvi captioned the image.

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Sushant’s sister Shweta: Demanding an unbiased investigation is our right

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Shweta Singh Kirti, sister of Sushant Singh Rajput, posted a new video on Instagram and Twitter on Wednesday, to reiterate her demand for a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) enquiry into the death of the late actor.

?”We stand together as a nation for CBI Enquiry! Demanding an unbiased investigation is our right and we expect nothing but the truth to come out. #CBIForSSR #Warriors4SSR #justiceforSushanthSinghRajput @PMOIndia @narendramodi @AmitShah,” Shweta said in the video, which she posted on her verified Instagram account and her unverified Twitter handle.

In another post, she is seen holding a placard that reads: “I am sister of Sushant Singh Rajput and I request for #CBIforSSR.”

She captioned the image as: “It’s time we find the truth and get justice. Please help our family and the whole world to know what the truth is and find closure, otherwise we will never be able to live a peaceful life!!#CBIForSSR Raise your voice and demand #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput #WarriorsForSSR @sushantsinghrajput.”

Shweta has already garnered a lot of support for her video, with people leaving comments like “We all stand strong with you”, “Hope for the best. We want justice”, “We are with you and God is with us”.

Sushant was found dead in his Bandra flat on June 14, and the late actor’s family feels he was murdered. They have alleged that they are getting threats as they continue their fight for justice.

The family has said they were not even given time to mourn Sushant’s death, with stories surfacing that he is mentally imbalanced, and photographs of his dead body going viral.

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