Kangana Ranaut’s 90-Year-Old Grandfather Passes Away, Actress Speaks About His ‘Impeccable Sense Of Humour’

Kangana Ranaut Grandfather Passes Away

Kangana Ranaut on Monday took Twitter account to share the news of her grandfather’s demise. She wrote he was 90-year-old and passed away in the evening at their family home in Manali, and “wasn’t keeping well for past few months.”

The actress also attached a picture of her late grandfather and penned an emotional note adding, “He was 90 years old still had an impeccable sense of humour and we all called him Daddy. OM Shanti.”

Ranaut shared, “This evening I drove to my parents house as my grandfather Shri Braham Chand Ranaut wasn’t keeping well for past few months, just when I reached home he had already passed away.”

On the work front, Ranaut has recently wrapped the shooting of J Jayalalithaa’s biopic Thalaivi. On Sunday, she had a meeting with Defence Minister Rajnath Singh for the film Tejas and also revealed that they have shared the script with the Indian Air Force as well and sought permission.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, an FIR filed by Hrithik Roshan against Ranaut has been transferred from Cyber Cell to the Crime Intelligence Unit, according to Times Now. The complaint of stalking and impersonation was lodged four years ago. Reacting to the news, in a tweet, Ranaut wrote that Roshan should “move on”.

“His sob story starts again, so many years since our break up and his divorce but he refuses to move on, refuses to date any woman, just when I gather courage to find some hope in my personal life he starts the same drama again, @iHrithik. Kab tak royega ek chote se affair keliye (When will you stop crying over a small affair)?” she wrote.

Ranaut was last seen in Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, a biopic on freedom fighter Rani Laxmibai. Thalaivi is scheduled to release soon.

Image Credit: Kangana Ranaut/ Twitter

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