Last week, actress Neha Dhupia fell into the lap of controversies for her much spoken about and criticised comment on her action reality show, Roadies. Later the actress even opened up about it on social media and got support from the fellow B-townies including Taapsee Pannu. Now Rangoli Chandel has lashed out at Neha and also at Taapsee for backing her.

For the unversed, during the audition round on Roadies, when a contestant opened up about slapping his girlfriend for cheating on him with other guys, Neha lashed out at him. Neha reportedly said that it was the girl’s choice if she wants to date five men and the guy has no right to slap her. The clip went viral in no time and there was a huge backlash.

Rangoli Chandel Calls Neha Dhupia & Taapsee Pannu Fake Feminists, Blames Them Of Damaging The Movement
Rangoli Chandel Slams Taapsee Pannu For Backing Neha Dhupia; Calls Them Fake Feminists

Later when Neha cleared her stand and opened up about the backlash. Taapsee amongst all others including Ayushmann Khurrana, Tahira Kashyap, Karan Johar and others stood for her friend.

Taapsee tweet reached Rangoli who in no time lashed out at the actress. Rangoli sharing Taapsee’s tweet wrote, “Haha don’t know when these befitting reply fresher feminists will know some mumbo jumbo rumbled in finely polished English words dnt make ur reply befitting, if u cnt make up your mind buttering both sides of the toast and playing safe seems wannabe feminists favourite resort…”

Rangoli also spoke about Neha’s comment and took a dig at the actress. She wrote, “If Neha thinks in a committed relationship dating 5 other men without their knowledge or consent about other participants is perfectly fine and it’s perfectly fine for a woman physically abuse a man then clearly being KJo best friend has its own side effects.”

She further blamed them to be the reason behind distorting the meaning of feminism and called them wannabe feminists.

“On behalf of idiotic dumb wannabe feminists I want to apologise to Feminism, their conveniently distorted views and actions have damaged the movement, feminisms is hated in India and because of that #MeToo died a premature death,” wrote Rangoli.

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