Kabir Singh row: Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel defends Sandeep Reddy Vanga, claims Alia Bhatt’s Gully Boy character was more ‘violent, criminal’


Shahid Kapoor’s and Kiara Advani’s film Kabir Singh might be minting money at the box office but director Sandeep Vanga Reddy has been accused of glorifying misogyny and violent behaviour towards women. If that wasn't enough, Sandeep ignited a fresh debate recently when he put forth his regressive views about women and revealing his skewed take on love and relationship. In an interview, he stated, “I feel all the criticism the film faced is pseudo. When you are deeply in love there is honesty in the relationship. If you don’t have the liberty of slapping each other, I don’t see anything in that relation.”

While several B-town celebs slammed Sandeep for his views, Kangana Ranaut's sister and her spokesperson Rangoli Chandel defended him by launching an attack on Alia Bhatt for his character Safeena in Gully Boy. Comparing the violent Kabir Singh to Alia’s character in Gully Boy, Rangoli wrote, “yeh jo berozgaar anpadh gawar feminazi jo Kabir Singh pe kood pade hai, Inko Gully Boy ke Safeena @aliaa08 mein kuch burai nahin lagi, she was violent, abusive and criminal beyond Kabir can ever be (these jobless, uneducated feminazis who are slamming Kabir Singh didn’t find Alia’s Safeena problematic?).

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Citing examples that Safeena’s violence was applauded by the ‘feminazis’ but Kabir hitting Kiara's character was criticised, Rangoli continued, “Every time her boyfriend slept with another woman please note she never said anything to him, woh Raja beta hai, but she broke bottles on woman’s head, they are hospitalised and criminal cases were put on Safeena." Here's what she tweeted:

Well, this isn't the first time that Rangoli has spoken publicly against Alia. Apart from labeling her and Ranbir Kapoor as the ‘nepotism gang’, Rangoli had also questioned Alia's and her mother Soni Razdan’s British citizenship during Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

(Source: Twitter)