Ahead of the release of Super 30, Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan has been embroiled in controversy regarding not just his film but also his sister, Sunaina Roshan.
Recently, in an interview, Hrithik opened up about his family matters as well as sisters Kangana and Rangoli.
I have come to realise that bullies have to be treated with a certain amount of patience, and not be engaged with. It is upon the civil society and those who claim to be just and fair to see and observe if there is harassment.Hrithik Roshan
In an interview with Hindustan Times, Hrithik referred to Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel as “bullies.” When asked about how he fights the urge to respond to Kangana and Rangoli’s digs at him, he said that “bullies have to be treated with patience” and “not be engaged with.”
Talking about the release date clash controversy, between Hrithik’s Super 30 and Kangana’s Judgementall Hai Kya, that had emerged recently, Hrithik said: “If I withdraw from a film-clash that I know has been pre designed, then I become a weakling penning a sob story. I have learned to not get affected by either.”
He further added that he has no legal case against actor Kangana Ranaut as India did not recognise a man being stalked by a woman.
Recently, both Chandel and Kangana had taken to social media to tweet about how Hrithik had been ill-treating his sister Sunaina Roshan.
Allegations had been made that Hrithik and the family had refused to accept Sunaina’s boyfriend as he is Muslim. Addressing the same, Hrithik denied the accusation by saying that religion has never been given significance in his family.
He added, “This is an internal, private and sensitive matter for me and my family. In didi’s current state, it would not be correct of me to speak about her.”
Hrithik’s Super 30, based on the mathematician Anand Kumar from Bihar, is scheduled to release on 12 July.
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Source inputs: Hindustan Times