It all started in 2016, when Kangana Ranaut called Hrithik Rohan her 'silly-ex', and till date the tension between the two hasn’t died down. This year, Kangana had locked horns with Hrithik by clashing Judgementall Hai Kya with Super 30. When Hrithik had issued a statement about avoiding Super 30 clash with Judgementall Hai Kya, Kangana slammed Hrithik for putting out a sob story to gain public sympathy.
And now that Super 30 is just four days away from its release, Hrithik has finally opened up about his equation with Ranaut and the controversies surrounding his forthcoming film.
Speaking to Hindustan Times, Hrithik said, "I have come to realise that bullies have to be treated with a certain amount of patience, and not be engaged with. It is upon the civil society and those who claim to be just and fair to see and observe if there is harassment. Also, being who I am, if I choose to confront as per laws, I become the aggressor. If I withdraw from a film-clash that I know has been pre designed, then I become a weakling penning a sob story. I have learned to not get affected by either."
However, the actor added that he did have a complaint. Hrithik said, "Although, to be honest, my only grouse is with those supposedly ‘enlightened’ people who praise and often cheer this behaviour in the name of 'new' and 'refreshing audacity', without any desire to be rational or truthful. They are the enablers who have allowed this circus to continue for six years."
Talking about the legal case that Hrithik and Kangana had slapped on each other's face back in 2016, the Super 30 actor said, "There is no legal case that I directly have with the lady (Kangana), and the reason I cannot have one is because apparently a guy cannot be stalked in India."