Did Rajkummar Rao Ask Beau Patralekha Not To Do Kangana Ranaut’s Panga?

12:06 pm 21 Sep, 2018


Bollywood diva Kangana Ranaut has been in news for quite some time now. While she is known to for her bold behavior in the industry, the actress has usually picked up fights with her co-stars. Well, it seems like she is facing some trouble with yet again, now with her upcoming film Panga.

Interestingly, Kangana Ranaut has signed her next project with director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari titled Panga, co-starring Neena Gupta and Jassie Gill. While the film was going to star Citylights actress Patralekha also, there have been reports that the actress has decided not to take up the project and the reason is quite surprising.



According to media sources, Patrelekha’s rumored boyfriend and Bollywood star Rajkummar Rao has advised her not to be a part of the film Panga and also warned her that Kangana Ranaut might steal the limelight from her in the film. Seemingly, Rao also notified about Kangana’s high-headedness and short-tempered attitude on the sets of the film such that she takes up the control of the production as well.



While the media reports claimed that Rajkummar Rao insisted her girlfriend Patralekha to not to act in Panga and have a ‘panga’ with Kangana Ranaut, he has something else to say.



Now, it seems like all is well between Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut because the Newton actor has falsified all the reports about him advising Patralekha to quit Panga. He took it to his Twitter account to put an end to all the false rumors about this. In the tweet, he wrote,

“Come on guys, didn’t expect dis from u. Just because u can put a question mark, in the end, doesn’t mean u can write anything. Please do your basic research before putting out such FAKE stories. We both have immense respect for Kangana. Ok am done, ab hum jakar shoot karte hain.”



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Later, the reports that stated Panga director Ashwini Iyer Tiwary had asked Kangana Ranaut to sign a non-interference clause were also slammed by the director as being false and baseless.