Shots Fired Near Kangana’s Residence, Actor Says This Is An Attempt To Silence Me

Kangana (10)

On Saturday, Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut alleged that shots were fired near her residence in Manali. However, the Kullu district police have said that they have not found any evidence related to the incident.

As per a report in Times of India, Kangana Ranaut claimed that she heard gunshots near her residence. She said,


“I was in my bedroom at about 11.30 pm. We have three floors. We have a boundary wall, behind which there are apple orchards and a water body. I heard a cracker-like sound at 11.30 pm. At first, I thought it must be a cracker. And then another shot happened, and I got a little alarmed since that sounded like a gunshot. I called my security in charge immediately. And I asked him, ‘What happened?’ He said it might be some children or something there, we will go around and see. Now, this person maybe has never heard a bullet sound, but I have. He thought it maybe has something to do with some mischief. So they went around, but there was nobody there. Now we were five people, and all the people here with me – they all felt it was a bullet noise. So we called the cops.”

Kangana Mahesh Bhatt (1)
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‘Attempt To Silence Me’

Kangana further alleged that this is an attempt to silence her in the ongoing saga of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and the debate of nepotism. She concluded by saying,

“I think some local people may have been hired to come near my place. It is not difficult to pay someone 7000-8000 rupees here and assign them something like this. This is how Sushant must have been frightened. But I will continue to ask questions.”

The SHO of Manali police station, Sandeep Pathania also spoke to the Times of India and said,

“Deployment happened at night. But now, post initial investigations, the patrolling staff in that area have been instructed to remain vigilant. The beat staff of the area will take stock of the situation on a regular basis. They will coordinate with Kangana’s staff at regular intervals.”


Source: The Times of India