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Men Like Hrithik Who Lure Young Girls Are Also Harassers: Kangana

The ‘Manikarnika’ star has launched a fresh attack against Hrithik Roshan in the light of the #MeToo movement.

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The Hrithik Roshan - Kangana Ranaut controversy isn’t over yet. 
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Manikarnika star Kangana Ranaut has launched a fresh attack against Hrithik Roshan in the light of the #MeToo movement. While responding to questions around her harassment allegations against Vikas Bahl, Kangana also named Hrithik and said married men who “lure young beautiful girls with the promise of marriage and later try to prove them mad” are also harassers and should be treated as such.

The actor was speaking to Zee News and said:

“Whatever is happening with Vikas Bahl is absolutely correct. There are many people like Vikas Bahl, he is not the only one. We still have a lot of work to do it so we should not start the celebrations as yet.  We have a long way to go. We have to make this place [world] absolutely safe for woman. There are men who make false promises of love and marriage to a girl to get them into a relationship that is also a type of harassment. There are married men keep their wives as trophies and keep young girls as their mistresses like Hrithik. They lure young beautiful girls with the promise of marriage and later try to prove them mad. Nobody should work with such people. They should be boycotted.”
Kangana Ranaut
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Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan have been at loggerheads for quite some time now, with Hrithik vehemently denying an alleged relationship with her.

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