Saturday, June 30, 2007
Kangna Ranaut, the heroine of Tamil film Dhaam Dhoom received life threatening calls from some anonymous persons continuously during the shooting of her Hindi film. The actress received 188 calls in just one hour from the same number. So, the scared actress had filed a complain with the Mumbai police yesterday. Her manager Jai is also receiving such calls for the past two days.
Kangna Ranaut was introduced to film industry last year through the film Gangster. Offers started pouring in following the success of the film and she is now featuring in five Hindi films. She has signed a few Telugu films. In Tamil, late director Jeeva got the glamour girl to play hero Jayam Ravi's heroine in his last movie Dhaam Dhoom. However, the director died of heart attack when the shooting was almost nearing its final stage.
The actress got an anonymous call during the shooting of her Hindi film on Thursday. The caller vowed that he would killed the actress soon. Her her manager Jai also received a call from the same voice and number a few minutes later. Jai said, ''I don't know why I'm getting such call because I have not done anything wrong to anybody."
The actress then received nearly 188 missed calls from the same number with in an hour. "It happens to my family only. Already, my sister is suffering due to acid attack done by some anonymous persons. Now, I'm scared about my life in Mumbai," she said.
Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police inquired the actress and her Manager about the threat yesterday.