Kangana Ranaut’s sister, Rangoli Chandel, has sparked yet another controversy yesterday when she allegedly took a dig at Malaika Arora over a picture that the latter poster with her son. Soon the internet was stormed with views and trolls, with fans slamming Rangoli for her remarks. Now, Rangoli is back within a day and this time, she’s dragging actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the nepotism debate for Motichoor Chaknachoor.

Well, it is no secret that Kangana Ranaut along with sister, Rangoli Chandel, have been against nepotism and have been vocal about it on multiple occasions. It all now began when a leading portal reported actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui throwing tantrums on the sets of his upcoming film, Motichoor Chaknachoor, and that not going well with the makers.

Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Drags Nawazuddin Siddiqui Into The Nepotism Debate!
Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Chandel Drags Nawazuddin Siddiqui Into The Nepotism Debate!

To this, Rangoli tweeted how only the star kids are allowed to throw tantrums and the same is unacceptable to anybody else doing that in the Industry. She pointed out the same as she wrote, “Ji haan tantrum sirf nepo kids ko he allowed hain, Nawazuddin ji how dare, aap toh sirf mahan kalakar hain, tantrums toh sirf dumb babas and plastic dolls babies keliye reserve hain..”

Check out her tweet below:

Meanwhile, yesterday Malaika Arora shared a picture with her son Arhaan Khan. Rangoli tweeted about the same writing, ‘This is modern Indian mother, very good.’ Fans took it as an indirect dig and slammed her for making such remarks and judging Malaika.

However, Rangoli later clarified her stance as she wrote, “People are writing very mean things about Malaika, I called her a modern-day mom but all the nasty things people saying about her I wonder if this picture suggesting… people please refrain from over imagination it’s not good”

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