Celebrity stylist-director-producer Sapna Bhavnani
Celebrity stylist-director-producer Sapna Bhavnani

Celebrity stylist-director-producer Sapna Bhavnani came in support of Kangana. And also slammed Mumbai police for the negligence it shows in the serious cases.

After Kangana Ranaut exposed Bollywood and the drug racket that exist in the industry. Many celebs went against the actress. However, some of the people from the film fraternity still supported the Manikarnika actress for her action. Meanwhile, stylist-director-producer Sapna Bhavnani stood in support of Kangana saying that the Mumbai police don’t take up actions on the crucial matters seriously. Even if you speak with the DCP nothing happens unless someone dies. 

Supporting Kangana on Twitter, she wrote – ‘I am with Kangana Ranaut in the questions being raised on the Mumbai Police for being very rude, not ready to help and doing nothing. Even if you talk to the DCP, nothing happens in the case until someone dies. We need help to stop things like this. I am still waiting for action.

Expressing her opinion Sapna tweeted that I cannot take the names of the people who actually get benefit from Mumbai police. Continuing further she said that it’s quite shameful since Mumbai police is for all the netizens and they have forgotten that. And now it is the time we should stop favoring them. Also as a citizen, we must question the government. And should talk about our rights.

Checkout the series of tweets in which she slammed Mumbai police

Apart from all this Sapna kept her own experience about a friend who has been sexually abused in Mumbai and whom she wanted to help. But unfortunately, Mumbai police failed over there also. And nothing happened. Slamming Mumbai police she said that they don’t do anything and on top of that they are quite rude. That is the reason why survivors of abuse do not want to contact them. And rather prefer to take the help of a counselor.

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