Kangana Ranaut's Sister Attacks Deepika Padukone and Her Foundation, Accuses them of Using Depression a Publicity Stunt
Deepika Padukone and Rangoli Chandel. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

There's probably more talk about Kangana Ranaut's sister and spokesperson Rangoli Chandel's tweets than the actress' upcoming movie Judgemental Hai Kya in media. Rangoli has slamming celebrities on Twitter since a while now and her recent targets included Varun Dhawan and Taapsee Pannu. Although now, her latest target is Deepika Padukone. Rangoli recently took to Twitter slamming Deepika Padukone and her The Love Laugh Live Foundation. Recently, the foundation shared a boomerang video of Deepika Padukone which showed her dancing happily. The video was posted along with a caption stating the video of the actress' first ever talk on her long struggle with depression on national television has now reached a million views. Rangoli Chandel Calls Taapsee Pannu a 'Sasti Copy' of Kangana Ranaut - Read Tweet.

The TLLLF's post read, "The first time @deepikapadukone spoke publicly about her experience with depression was on national television. The video has hit 1 Million views on our YouTube channel!" Sharing the same on her timeline, Rangoli expressed her views on the same saying how this wasn't insensitive. Her remark comes after Deepika Padukone's foundation, a few months ago had stated their concerns over Kangana's film being titled 'Mental Hai Kya' and how it was insensitive.

Taking to Twitter, Rangoli wrote," Yeh kya ho raha hai? Yeh depression hota hai, yeh woh log hain jinko word Mental se problem thi, magar depression vidoes pe baration ki tarah nach rahe hain, kya ghatiya wahiyat tarika hai depression ke naam pe publicity lene ka .. @TLLLFoundation. " Kangana’s Mental Hai Kya Faces Objection From Deepika’s TLLL Foundation, Sister Rangoli Requests Them to Not Behave Like Karni Sena.

Check out Rangoli's tweet here:

Although, not just Rangoli, a few users on Twitter have also commented on the foundation's video, calling it a little inappropriate while only a few believe that it is a celebration because the number of views suggest that mental health is finally being taken seriously by people and the video is spreading awareness.

Earlier this year, Deepika Padukone's foundation had written to the makers of Kangana's Mental Hai Kya saying, "Many millions who suffer with mental illness in India already face tremendous stigma. Therefore, it is extremely important to be responsible and sensitive towards the needs of those suffering.”

This too had received a nasty response from Kangana's spokesperson who had compared the foundation to Karni Sena and said, "please don’t be Karni Sena, don’t jump the gun, I assure you, you will love the film.” Kangana Ranaut's film is now titled Judgemental Hai Kya and is all set to release on July 26.