Sunaina Roshan: Is Hrithik Roshan's Sister Still in Touch with Kangana Ranaut?
Hrithik Roshan’s sister Sunaina in touch with Kangana Ranaut?
There seems to be no end to the Kangana Ranaut – Hrithik Roshan feud. The National-award winning actress had accused the Dhoom 2 actor of breaking up their relationship unceremoniously. But it didn’t end here. Kangana and her sister Rangoli accused Hrithik of using his contacts to intimidate Kangana and oust her from Bollywood. There were court cases filed by both the parties, but it doesn’t seem like this feud is going to end anytime soon, with Hrithik Roshan’s sister, Sunaina becoming a part of this.
Sunaina Roshan, has had a troubled life. She has had more than one unsuccessful marriage and has even battled Cervical Cancer. To top it, she has been battling certain psychological disorders and alcoholism. She had to seek rehab for her alcohol addiction, but had to leave it, as her father, Rakesh Roshan was diagnosed with throat cancer. Sunaina, in one of her interviews said that she has no support from her parents or Hrithik, as she wants to stay independently. Her parents, she says are interfering and that irks her a lot. Now you ask what has this got to do with Kangana? Well, Sunaina is apparently in touch with Kangana. Rangoli Chandel, Kangana’s sister claims that Sunaina called to apologise to them for not supporting them during their fight with Hrithik. In an interview to a publication, this is what Kangana had to say about Sunaina. “It is true that Sunaina and I were always good friends and so was her family. Now they claim differently. Yes, she has been in touch with me, but I don’t want to take advantage of her family dispute. Sunaina is still a friend but I will not hit somebody when they are down.”
Sunaina, had also dismissed rumours that she suffers from Bipolar Disorder as reported by the media. On the work front Kangana Ranaut is currently set to reunite with Rajkummar Rao in the comic thriller Mental Hai Kya, and star as a kabaddi player in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari's sports film Panga. She will also direct and star in a film based on her own life, and portray the politician Jayalalithaa in a bilingual biopic entitled Thalaivi in Tamil and Jaya in Hindi.