Sanjana Sanghi responds to Kangana Ranaut's accusations, says 'Nobody is in authority to decide what's late and what's not'

Kangana Ranaut who accused Sanjana Sanghi of responding late in clarifying MeToo charges against Sushant, says 'Nobody is in authority to decide what's late and what's not; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: July 25, 2020 11:24 IST
Sanjana Sanghi responds to Kangana Ranaut's accusations, says 'Nobody is in authority to decide what's late and what's not'

Kangana Ranaut has taken over the internet with her fight for justice for Sushant Singh Rajput, the actor who died by suicide a month back. Her latest tweet points fingers at Sushant's Dil Bechara co-star Sanjana Sanghi with whom he had a small controversy back then. Reports suggested that Sushant had sexually misconducted with Sanjana but later on, the actor shared screenshots clarifying his side. It was only recently when Sanjana decided to open her mouth giving a detailed clarification about the same.

 
To her late response, the Manikarnika actress had tweeted, "Many blinds claimed that Sushant raped Sanjana,such news abt her harassment wr common in those days,Why Sanjana took her own sweet time to clarify?Why she nvr spoke so passionately abt her friendship with him when he ws alive? @mumbaipolice can investigate.”
 
But now, Sanjana Sanghi has answered back Kangana in her latest interview with a leading daily. She said, "I have said more than enough about what happened. Also, I’ve given a clarification which should have been enough. At that time, it wasn’t late, nobody is in authority to decide what’s late and what’s not. You don’t fuel rumours. It is not the responsibility or job to clarify rumours.
 
Adding further, "So, we shouldn’t disregard the #MeToo movement by calling it “Me Too” because Me Too is when there’s an actual issue. But when two people are trying to say there’s no issue, that’s not called the Me Too movement that’s rumour mockery and that shows the power of unethical reporting,” she said. “I am a student of journalism, I’ve studied at Delhi University and that’s not the journalism I was taught. So, I don’t see it as the Me Too movement. For me, apparently getting late in giving clarification for rumours, but I did it still because it was important for us, Sushant and me,” she concluded.
 


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