Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli alleges Mahesh Bhatt threw a chappal on her...is it true?

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, April 18: The Kangana Ranaut-Alia Bhatt twitter war is getting uglier by each passing day. Well, it is not exactly a Twitter war because Alia is not exactly tweeting anything and has chosen to be quiet in the entire episode. Bouts of allegation are on and the only constant is the response from Kangana and her sister Rangoli.The controversy took a different turn with Ranaut’s sister hitting out at Bhatt and her mother Soni Razdan, calling them “non Indians who are living off this land, using and abusing its people and its resources, lying about intolerance and spreading hatred”.And it was turn of Soni Razdan to respond, "she wrote: “Mahesh Bhatt is the man who has given her a break... She goes on to attack his wife and daughter. Daughter over and over again. What is left to be said then about abusing and hatred I wonder. Apart from character of course. Agenda. What’s hers?”To this a furious Rangoli replied, “Dear Soni ji, Mahesh Bhatt never gave her a break, Anurag Basu did. Mahesh Bhatt ji works as a creative director in his brother’s production house. Please note that he doesn’t own that production house, after ‘Woh Lamhe’ when Kangana refused to do a film written by him called ‘Dhokha’ where he wanted her to play a suicide bomber, he got so upset that he not only shouted at her in his office, but later when she went for ‘Woh Lamhe’ preview to a theatre, he threw a chappal on her.”“Time to think about their agenda and not to get carried away with their provocations,” Rangoli had tweeted recently, referring to an article about the mother-daughter duo’s British passports.“He didn’t allow her to see her own film. She cried the whole night, and she was just 19 years old.”Alia Bhatt’s ‘Highway’ co-star Randeep Hooda tweeted showing solidarity, “Dearest Alia, I’m so glad you are not letting the opinions of very occasional actors and chronic victims affect you and your work... Kudos to you for your continued efforts to outdo yourself.”