I Faced Emotional Trauma And Mental Trauma, Want An Apology: Kangana On Hrithik

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| August 31 , 2017 , 14:38 IST

Not a stranger to controversies, after being recently embroiled in a debate on Nepotism which refused to die down, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has once again touched upon another one of her controversies, regarding the Greek God of Bollywood Hrithik Roshan.

The infamous ‘Hrithik Roshan-Kangana Ranaut’ row erupted in 2016 when Kangana referred to Hrithik as a 'silly ex' to which Hrithik replied with a legal notice. The fight became ugly as notices flew back and forth, allegations of leaked emails, denials, all related to their alleged relationship.

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Hrithik has never publically spoken about the controversy nor about his alleged relationship with Kangana except by sending the legal notices. Meanwhile, Kangana has often taken digs at Hrithik.

In an upcoming TV interview, teasers of which were released on social media, Kangana revisited the controversy with Hrithik, opening up her heart on the topic and getting emotional.

“Call him here and ask him every question, because I was not the one to send the notice,” said Kangana.

She related on how her personal feelings, ones that people only disclose to the one they love were made public, and said that the betrayal "is like a second death."

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“I have suffered immense humiliation; there is no account of it. I used to cry all night, I couldn’t sleep, I was in stress, faced trauma, mental trauma, emotional trauma,” Kangana said.

“All those ridiculous mails have been released in my name, people still Google it and read it and take pleasure out of it. I want an apology for this misbehaviour,” Kangana added.

Kangana was earlier involved in a debate on Nepotism, when on filmmaker Karan Johar's chat show 'Koffee with Karan' she accused him of being the 'flag bearer of nepotism'. The debate had seemingly died down, until Saif Ali Khan, Varun Dhawan and Karan Johar mentioned the matter at the IIFA Awards in New York in July.