Thu. May 6th, 2021
Kangana’s sister Rangoli Chandel to sue designer Anand Bhushan, says ‘he’s using her name to promote himself’

New Delhi: Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel is unhappy with trend designer Anand Bhushan, who announced that he is cutting all experienced ties with the actress just after her Twitter account was completely banned on Tuesday (May perhaps four) for repeated offence of dislike speech. 

Style designer Rimzim Dadu also declared he will not collaborate with Kangana in any experienced capability.

This did not go down nicely with Rangoli, who took to her Instagram account to thrash Anand Bhushan as a ‘small time designer (who) is applying India’s major actress identify to encourage himself’.

“This man or woman Anand Bhushan is striving to get mileage on Kangana’s identify we are not connected with him in anyway we do not even know him, lots of influential handles are, tagging him and dragging Kangana’s identify with his brand, Kangana fees crores for any brand endorsements but editorial shoots are not brand endorsements, neither we opt for or choose these clothing, magazine editors choose these ensemble seems to be,” read through Rangoli’s submit on her Instagram stories.

She even more wrote, “This smaller time designer is applying India’s major actress identify to encourage himself I have made a decision to sue him he will have to demonstrate in the court how and exactly where we had any endorsement with him now that he is claiming to disassociate himself … see you in the court @anandbhushan.”

In a different story, Rangoli shared the screenshot of Anand’s tweet and wrote, “”R u major @anandbhushan? Even I want to sue you if you have been using Kangana’s pics illegally.”

Anand Bhushan shared a statement on his Twitter and Instagram accounts on Tuesday, declaring, “In see of specified occasions these days, we have taken a choice to take out all collaboration photos with Kangana Ranaut from our social media channels. We also pledge never ever to be connected with her in any capability in the potential. We as a brand do not help dislike speech.”

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