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While attending ‘Vogue We the Women’ summit in Bengaluru India, Sonam K. Ahuja talked about the #MeToo movement, Tanushree Dutta’s allegations and Queen director Vikas Bahl. The Veere Di Wedding star said that she was appalled and disgusted to read what the woman — who was harassed by Vikas Bahl — had to go through.

Indian journalist Barkha Dutt asked Sonam what she thought will be the industry’s reaction and if or not they will take a stand against the acclaimed director, to which Sonam responded that Kangana has commented about Bahl but sometimes, it is difficult to take her seriously.

Also read: Kangana Ranaut and former employee accuse Vikas Bahl of sexual harassment 

“I mean Kangana obviously is Kangana Ranaut and she says a lot of stuff and sometimes it is hard to take her seriously but I love that she has spunk and she says what she believes. And I really respect her for that,” Sonam said.



Kangana later lashed out at Sonam saying she had no right to judge her when she is telling her #MeToo story. “So, Sonam has the license of trusting some women and some she won’t? What makes her so unsure of my claims, I am known to be an articulate person,” she said in response to Sonam’s comment.


Kangana went on to say that she is taken as a youth influencer and invited to summits because she has earned the place and credibility, not because of her dad. “She [Sonam] is not known to be a good actress, neither she has the reputation of being a good speaker. What gives these filmy people right to take digs at me! I will demolish each one of them,” she added.