Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel takes a dig at Ranveer Singh, Sonam K Ahuja, Ranbir Kapoor; Here's Why

Recently, Rangoli spoke about the most talked word in the industry Nepotism again. A twitter user shared a throwback picture of Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor attending a birthday party as kids, in which we can also see Anil Kapoor.
Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel takes a dig at Ranveer Singh, Sonam K Ahuja, Ranbir Kapoor; Here's Why
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Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel has constantly been making headlines for her unfiltered statements. The siblings believe in voicing her opinions and never misses a chance to take stand for her sister Kangana. Both the sisters are known for speaking their hearts out. While Kangana talks candidly in interviews, Rangoli takes to Twitter in order to express her views. Recently, Rangoli spoke about the most talked word in the industry Nepotism again. A twitter user shared a throwback picture of Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor attending a birthday party as kids, in which we can also see Anil Kapoor. 

Sharing the picture, the twitter user wrote, "Look at this Outsider actor Ranveer Singh and his real struggle. Poor guy was attending parties in childhood with dharavi slum kids Ranbir Kapoor, Sonam kapoor. Such a Pity. MC Shera  @SiddhantChturvD  wud emphatise with him #AnanyaPanday would probably cry.  #nepotism." On this Rangoli, who is known to voice her opinion, tweeted, "People with rich parents who have access to connections and opportunities don’t qualify as outsiders, people coming from small villages who can’t speak English and studied in small schools, have no money to buy fancy clothes and treated badly..." 

Check out Rangoli Chandel's tweets here:

She further tweeted, "because of these three factors even though they have huge talent and competence are the ones who need special attention and our compassion , let’s empower the underprivileged." 

On this many twitter users have pointed out that Ranveer Singh is not an outsider and infact is Sonam Kapoor's cousin. Sonam's maternal grandmother and Ranveer’s paternal grandfather are siblings. We wonder what Ranveer has to say on this?

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She's saying they're priveleged and don't need to be further pampered.

I agree with Rangoli on this one although I do not agree with her that outsiders should get first access to Bwood over talented insiders whose families built Bwood.

Nepotism is a boring topic now. It’s 2020. Let’s think of something new

Both sisters are attention seekers

Ranveer doesn't have any close relative from industry ... partying at young age doesn't change your struggle.

So, Kangana is saying that Aditya Pancholi was a Dharavi slum kid?

noun
patronage bestowed or favoritism shown on the basis of family relationship, as in business and politics:
She was accused of nepotism when she made her nephew an officer of the firm.

I don't remember Mr. Singh getting roles through his uncle or cousins. Just because you might be in the same business as a family member doesn't mean you depend on them for advancement.

Ranveer is not an outsider in that sense. He obviously doesn’t have a father in the industry but he did get access to the biggies right from childhood. It’s not like Deepika or Siddhant

How did she take a dig at Ranveer?? She commented on someone's post and made a general statement.

Ranveer is related to stars therefore a product of Nepotism

Anil and Sonam Kapoor toh pehchante bhi nahin the ranveer ko until he became successful. Tumhari Nani ke brother ke grandkids ko tumhare papa apne business Mein partner baba leinfe??

My best friend's brother just married a film star. They met in college. Now my children will be products of nepotism!

This is NOT a dig. She is speaking of someone else's post but making a valid point. She did not pillorize anyone.

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