By now, we all know about the ongoing war between Hrithik Roshan and Kangna Ranaut, who have spared no efforts to prove their ‘one upmanship’ over each other. In one of her interviews, Kangna Ranaut had said that a ‘silly ex’ was giving her trouble and causing her to lose roles. This was followed by Hrithik Roshan taking to Twitter (exactly on January 28 this year) and tweeted his mind off stating, “Ther r more chances of me having had an affair with d Pope dan any of d (Im sure wonderful)women d media hs ben naming. Thanks but no thanks”. Even though the tweet was hinted at Kangna Ranaut (indirectly of course), it garnered the wrath of Abraham Mathai (former Vice-Chairman of Maharashtra Minority Commission).
Abraham Mathai, then, sent a legal notice to Hrithik for hurting the sentiments of the Christian community. The notice also asked Hrithik Roshan to apologize within seven days, failing which a criminal complaint would be filed against him.
Even though Hrithik Roshan did not apologise immediately, recently, he took to Twitter and rendered an apology stating, “Seems my tweet about His Holiness has led 2 misunderstanding. My apologies 4 hurt caused 2religious or other sentiments. Was unintentional.”
As they say, it’s better late than never.
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