Kangana Ranaut blasts Sajid Khan over Jiah Khan's sister accusing him of sexual assault; Naseeruddin Shah reveals he said no when his mother asked him about changing wife Ratna Pathak Shah's religion

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From Kangana Ranaut slamming Sajid Khan over Jiah Khan's death to Naseeruddin Shah talking about his mother asking him about changing Ratna Pathak Shah's religion back when they were getting married, Bollywood witness several controversial news. 

Recently, BBC released a three-part documentary titled Death In Bollywood, based on Bollywood actress Jiah Khan's death. While the same is not open for viewing to the people of India, snippets from the episodes are going viral on the internet. One of the viral snippets has late Jiah’s sister talk about alleged molestation by her Housefull director Sajid Khan, who, as quoted by the late actress’ sister, had asked her to "take off her top".

Sharing a video of the same on Twitter that was tweeted with the caption, “Reminder that Sajid Khan is not in jail yet”, Kangana yet again took to the platform to share her views. She wrote, “They killed Jiah they killed Sushant and they tried to kill me, but they roam free have full support of the mafia, growing stronger and successful every year. Know the world is not ideal you are either the prey or the predator. No one will save you you have to save yourself.”

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Naseeruddin Shah recently said when he was about to tie the knot with the Ratna Pathak Shah, his mother had asked if he would want his would-be wife to convert to his religion and his answer was no. Shah said even though his mother was uneducated and was brought up in an orthodox household, she was completely against the idea of changing one's religion. "My mother who was uneducated, brought up in an orthodox household, prayed five times a day, observed Roza all her life, went for the Haj pilgrimage, she said, 'The things that have been taught to you in your childhood how can that change? It is not right to change one’s religion'," he said.

"I am really furious with the way divisions are being created, like the love jihad tamasha in UP. Firstly, the people who coined this phrase don’t know the meaning of the word jihad," he added. 

(Source: Twitter) 

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