After giving Taapsee Pannu the title of ‘Sasti copy’, Rangoli Chandel calls her “creepy fan” of Kangana Ranaut in her latest post – Eagles Vine

Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel recently took a dig at Taapsee Pannu’s saree picture where she is seen sporting cool shades on it. The star sister called Kangana a style icon and Taapsee a creepy fan who copies her looks.

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Sharing Taapsee’s picture, Rangoli wrote, ‘What is not cool to be is a creepy fan who obsessively not just copies every interview and looks style but whole work model but on a small scale and goes on to make unkind and mean remarks about the legend. Again today, when I see this I wonder copy look ok fine but to claim to be the one who made sari cool…hmmm you aren’t getting away with this honey @taapsee’

She then shared another post where she spoke only about her sister who aspires to inspire women to wear sarees. While in one of her post she wrote, ‘Kangana is a great style icon to all,’ in another one she wrote, ‘Her only aim is to inspire women to wear saris and revive our own handloom industry.’

Sharing another collage of Kangana’s pictures, in which she was wearing a saree with sunglasses, Rangoli wrote, “It gives me great joy to see how young women get inspired and follow her, we all do..” The last post read, “I mean look at her who wouldn’t be inspired by her.”

This is not the first time that Rangoli has taken against Taapsee. Earlier too she had called the ‘Pink’ actress “Sasti copy” of Kangana Ranaut.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Kangana is currently awaiting the release of her film, ‘Thalaivi’ where she will be seen essaying the role of J Jayalalithaa in the movie. She also has films like, ‘Dhaakad’ and ‘tejas’ in her kitty.

Taapsee, on the other hand, has her hands full with some interesting films like, ‘Haseen Dillruba’, ‘Shabhash Mithu’, ‘Dobaaraa’, ‘Rashmi Rocket’, ‘Looop Lapeta’ and ‘Woh Ladki Hai Kahan?’.


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