Kanagana Ranaut created a stir by her startling statements on India TV's show Aap Ki Adalat. The actress who has been called the voice of feminism in Bollywood didn't refrain from speaking on Bollywood biggies. From favouritism in award functions to her troubled relationships with Adhyayan Suman, Aditya Pancholi and Hrithik Roshan, Kangana didn't think even once before unveiling the secrets of her life.
Meanwhile, the episode that went viral, made huge headlines across media with comments and reactions pouring out from every corner. While some backed Kangana and lauded her honesty there were others who called it mere gimmick. Now, author Taslima Nasreen has come out in support of the 30-year-old actress. She took to her official Twitter account to express her thoughts about the show.
"Saw kangana's aap ki adalat. loved it. then I read her emails. crazy4 hrithik. I get confused. but I don't think she is suffering from asperger's," tweeted the author. Taslima Nasreen has been living outside the country since 1994 after her book Lajja was published. She came to India in 2004, however, after remaining under house arrest for eleven months in Delhi, the author left the country and moved to Sweden in 2008. The writer says that "her soul lived in India".
The revelations were so shocking that it invited reactions from Aditya Pancholi, Karan Johar and Hrithik's ex-wife Sussane Khan. While Pancholi threatened to take a legal action against the Queen actress, Karan Johar termed her ungrateful in a cryptic tweet. On the other hand, Sussane shared a picture with the caption calling Hrithik as a "good soul". Kangana spoke for a span of about 40 minutes receiving huge applauses from the audience in the show.