Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel is quite an outspoken person. She is quite vocal about certain issues and directly takes it to her Twitter account to write on the same.
Recently, Chandel sends a legal notice to Forbes India for displaying wrong income of sister Kangana Ranaut.
For those who are unversed, Forbes published it’s annual Celebrity 100 List earlier this month. Virat Kohli topped the list, while Bollywood stars, Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukone were among the top 10 on the list.
Rangoli Chandel sends a legal notice to Forbes India
Kangana Ranaut ranked 70th on the list with earnings of 17.5 crores. This didn’t go well with Rangoli Chandel. According to Rangoli, the figure is wrong as her sister pays more tax than the figure mentioned.
Her tweet read: “Dear @forbes_india our legal team has sent this notice to you, we haven’t received a reply yet, please tell us what are your sources and how come you claim to know Kangana’s income and financial worth, please reply fast or face the consequences.”
Dear @forbes_india our legal team has sent this notice to you, we haven’t received a reply yet, please tell us what are your sources and how come you claim to know Kangana’s income and financial worth, please reply fast or face the consequences 🙏 pic.twitter.com/7XttYh9lSJ
— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) December 29, 2019
This is not the first time Rangoli has slammed the magazine. In the past, Rangoli lashed out at it with a series of tweets.
Yeh @forbes_india ek number ka fraud hai, I openly challenge them to prove even one celebrity income they have printed in their magazine, sab PR hai, Kangana pays more tax than her entire income mentioned in the poll… (contd)
— Rangoli Chandel (@Rangoli_A) December 19, 2019
At the trailer launch of ‘Panga’, when Kangana was asked about her views on the income statements that were published, she said, “I think commenting on anyone’s personal wealth/income without reliable sources is not good. If they want to make a list, make a list of how much a person contributed to the society and not how much they extracted from society.”