New Delhi: Kangana Ranaut And the BMC controversy is under discussion again, as a user has now made extremely serious allegations against YouTube’s Dhruv Rathi for a video based on the case. YouTuber Dhruv Rathi posted a video in September that caused him to appear to be in trouble. A video of Kangana Ranaut’s clash with the Brihannumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has now surfaced. Because now there are allegations against them for taking money to make clips.
In his tweet, journalist-filmmaker Ari Cath wrote that the famous YouTuber, who has more than 40 million subscribers, made a video called ‘Attention’ and took huge sums of money to tarnish Kangana’s image. The tweet states that YouTube has been paid Rs 5 lakh for making analytical videos.
Ha ha good work Register Of course this devit got paid to make a fake video. I can put him in jail for lying about the BMC notice for my house in his video for which he was paid lakhs of rupees. Tell me? . https://t.co/lJjKMkHiJw
– Kangana Ranaut (KangaNatiam) November 1, 2020
Kangana Ranaut also tweeted, ‘Ha ha well, of course this blocker got paid to make a fake video, I see him behind bars for lying about BMC’s notice I can take him for which he has been paid Rs 1 lakh. If he is not given government support or money, why would anyone lie like this in public?
Oh well, Aisa hai keya?
Are you talking about this video? Friends, can you please watch and share this video to know if you are talking about this video?
Because I didn’t accept any money https://t.co/Reu72RUQ3V
– Dhruv Rathi (@dhruv_rathe) November 220, 20
Dhruv Rathi, however, soon responded to these claims by calling the tweet a ‘fake news’ and asking if the tweet had any mention of it. He wrote, ‘The first thing is that no one paid me to make a video of Kangana. Second, I’m not planning to make any videos on SSRT.
Let me remind you that BMC on September 9 termed the Mumbai office of Kangana Ranaut as ‘illegal construction’.