Rangoli Chandel puts RRR Girl to shame in Public

Rangoli Chandel puts RRR Girl to shame in Public
Rangoli Chandel puts RRR Girl to shame in Public

Rangoli Chandel, the sister of Bollywood beauty Kangana Ranaut, has accused RRR actress Alia Bhatt of having ‘fixed’ her recent win at the Star Screen Awards. A video of Alia Bhatt walking out of the venue with the award in her hand, before the ceremony’s conclusion, has been shared by Kangana Ranaut on her microblogging page. By Sharing this video, Rangoli Chandel is putting Alia Bhatt to shame in Public.

Along with the video, Rangoli Chandel said, “At least Alia Bhatt, you’re honest enough to do things like this quietly, and not in public. It’s nice to see that there is something inside you that preventing you from doing it casually.”

Coming on the video, Alia Bhatt, is seen walking out of a backdoor exit from the award venue, with her team. While she poses for the photographs, someone can be heard asking the photographers off camera if they intend on publishing the pics immediately. The photographers reassure the person that the pics will only be published an hour later, to which the unseen individual requests them to post the pics after 7 pm.

Queen actress Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel are popular for attacking the celebrities and this time they are targeting Mahesh Bhatt’ daughter Alia Bhatt. The video, which is shared by Rangoli Chandel, features Alia Bhatt posing with the best actress award even before the awards were presented by the organizers. Alia Bhatt wore a multicolored sari, a pair of statement earrings and stunned as she posed with a trophy in her hand.

Rangoli Chandel accused Alia Bhatt of fixing the award. The star sister Kangana Ranaut and Rangoli Chandel have tweeted about many celebrities such as Taapsee Pannu, Deepika Padukone, Karan Johar, and others and now Alia Bhatt seems to be on her radar.

On the work front, Alia Bhatt will be seen romancing with Ram Charan in Rajamouli’ RRR. Apart from RRR, she is also part of Bhahmastra.

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