Cyber crime cops to record Kangana Ranaut's statement on April 30

Hrithik's lawyer Dipesh Mehta has now submitted a bunch of 40 additional emails sent by Kangana as it could be vital in the ongoing probe.

Mumbai: Proceedings into the ongoing legal battle between Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut have been stalled as the latter is yet to record her statement.

According to reports, the cyber crime cops were to visit Kangana's house on Monday, April 18 to record her statement and inspect her computer and electronic devices, but it was postponed when her lawyer Rizwan Siddiquee informed that she is unavailable.

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Apparently, Hrithik’s lawyer Dipesh Mehta has now submitted a bunch of 40 additional emails sent by Kangana to Hrithik’s original email address as it could be vital in the ongoing probe.

On March 25, Hrithik had filed an FIR about impersonation under the Information Technology Act and an offence of cheating under Indian Penal Code against an unknown person.

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In his FIR, he mentioned that on May 24, 2014, at a party hosted by Karan Johar , Kangana thanked him for appreciating her work in 'Queen'. Later, it surfaced that Kangana was sending emails to the wrong account.

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For the uninitiated, this war started when Kangana was asked about being ousted from 'Aashiqui 3'. She had said, “Yes, many lame rumours are doing the rounds, even a dumba** can tell where these rumours are coming from. I don’t know why exes do silly things to get your attention. For me that chapter is over and I don’t dig graves.”

Soon after this comment, Hrithik tweeted, “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.”

Kangana gave a fitting reply to this sarcastic tweet in a television interview, she said, “No. I am not hurt. I respect the other person's opinion also. It's very likely that a person can have a different perspective on the same situation or rather the past. But then, stick to your stand. Don't slyly pursue people and spy on them, and chase them. So, we sign and seal the deal and then move on."

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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