Kangana Ranaut was punched by Aditya Pancholi, says eyewitness
Kangana's statements irked Pancholi and his wife and the two went on to express their views about the same.
Mumbai: Kangana Ranaut made many people in the industry uncomfortable after making shocking revelations about her unpleasant past in the film industry. The actress accused Aditya Pancholi of abusing and stalking her on a popular TV show recently.
Her statements irked Pancholi and his wife after which the couple went on to express their views about the same. They refuted all allegations made by her.
Kangana may not have found support from anyone in the industry following two explosive interviews but an eyewitness has come out in support of her to prove that she was assaulted by Pancholi.
A video has surfaced online that shows an eyewitness narrating an incident of the long past involving Kangana and Aditya.
Here’s the rough translation of the eyewitness’ account – “Outside JW Marriott in Juhu, a girl sitting in an auto rickshaw was screaming for help. She kept asking the driver to drive faster. It was about 12 AM at that time and I was riding my bike. I saw a white car blocking the rickshaw. The girl looked at me and pleaded for help. In the meanwhile, a 6 feet-tall man got off the white car, he was bald. He held the girl by her hair and pulled her out of the rickshaw. On seeing this I tried to intervene. The man was Aditya Pncholi and the girl Kangana Ranaut.”
“ Aditya Pancholi punched Kangana Ranaut. When I went and caught him by his jacket, he told me not to interfere. He said, “Sardarji, tum beech mein mat pado...yeh humare ghar ka matter hai.... Maine bola yeh aapka ghar ka matter hai ghar pe solve kero.” And when we held him, others on the street too held him to control him. Kangana ran to the other side of the road and escaped. I had called up Police control and also informed a few journalists.
As of today, if Kangana has taken a stand against Aditya Pancholi, she should register an FIR. I am ready to stand as witness, I am ready to give my statement to the police.”