Last night, Kangana Ranaut spoke at length about the use of drugs in Bollywood. She said she was harassed a lot by industry people as she knew many secrets. Kangana Ranaut said she saw one of her co-stars openly consuming drugs on the sets of a film. It seems they were shooting in Las Vegas. Kangana Ranaut told Arnab Goswami, "At that time, his girlfriend, who was a foreigner, used to be there with him. Every night there used to be parties and drugs used to flow like water. Drugs like LSD, cocaine, and ecstasy pills they’d even consume during the day." The Queen actress also said that the actor was admitted to Kokilaben Hospital after he overdosed rather badly.
She told Republic channel, "He got a reaction into his lungs I think, however, the hospital won’t reveal it and the matter was done and dusted there itself." We can guess the top actor she is perhaps referring to in this interview. Kangana Ranaut says that 99 per cent of Bollywood does drugs, and there is a close nexus of cops and politicians. She said, "If they are mighty and powerful, how can I harm them? Then why do they want to put me behind bars? They know that I know these secrets so they tried to discredit me, termed me bipolar, or get me killed."
This is not all. She said that when she moved to Bollywood, a character actor would spike her drinks and abuse her. She said she has been wrongly sedated by him. After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Kangana Ranaut has come out and spoken about the mental and emotional lynching that happens in Bollywood. She says that she has a connection to the late actor, as she is also from a small-town and wants to work on her own terms. Kangana Ranaut said that drug tests should be made mandatory for actors as the youth is idolizing them. She says it is sending a wrong message to society.
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