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It's not over yet! Kangana wants an apology from Hrithik

August 31, 2017 17:34 IST

'I had really loved that human very much. I had written nazms and shayaris for that man and he used those things to defame me. It’s like a second death when somebody does that to you.'

Kangana Ranaut has hit back at her former lover Hrithik Roshan, and now demands an apology from him.

In an upcoming episode of Rajat Sharma’s Aap Ki Adalat on India TV, Kangana says, “I have been humiliated so many times that I have forgotten the count. I could not sleep those days. I was under stress and trauma. I was under mental and emotional trauma." 

Kangana is careful not to mention Hrithik’s name -- at least in the promos that we see -- but she indicates that there was an attempt to defame her after her private e-mails were released to the media.  

“In my name, cheap emails were released. Even today, people use google to amuse themselves. I want him (Hrithik Roshan) to apologise,” Kangana says in the promo.   

“I had really loved that human very much. I had written nazms and shayaris for that man and he used those things to defame me. It’s like a second death when somebody does that to you,” Kangana adds. 

Kangana and Hrithik’s love story came out into the open when Kangana said in an interview, ‘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.' 

Hrithik tweeted his reply: 'There are more chances of me having had an affair with the Pope than any of the wonderful women the media has been naming. Thanks but no thanks.' 

The spat got uglier, as both actors came out in the open with their mudslinging. 

Hrithik had threatened to send a legal notice to Kangana if she did not apologise to him.  

Kangana had also warned Hrithik to withdraw the legal notice or else she would rap him with a defamation case.  

Mumbai police’s cyber crime branch started an investigation but eventually closed the case after both actors cooled down. 

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