Kangana Ranaut’s grandfather Brahmachand Ranaut passed away Kangana’s grandfather Brahma Chand Ranot passed away at the age of 90, wrote the emotional actress – we used to call him Daddy

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Kangana Ranaut’s grandfather Brahma Chand Ranaut has passed away. He was 90 years old and had been ill for a few months. The actress has reported Dada’s death on social media. He wrote in an emotional post, “This evening I went to my parents’ house because my grandfather Shri Brahmachand Ranot had been ill for the last few months. He passed away when I reached home. He was 90 years old. And yet he was known for his sense of humor. We used to call him Daddy. Om Shanti. “

Kangana met Rajnath Singh

Kangana Ranaut met Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday in connection with her upcoming film ‘Tejas’. It is said that the meeting was arranged by Mayank Madhur, who is considered close to Rajnath Singh. In the conversation, Mayank said, “The producers want to go to the base of the original Air Force and shoot the film for the sake of truth. Especially in Bangalore where the Tejas aircraft was made.”

Mayank further said, “Kangana and the producers have sought permission to shoot the film at Air Force Bases in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh besides Bangalore. The film team has applied for shooting in the new year. Kangana’s character is also probably named Tejas. Kangana’s ‘Thalavi’ full Kangana has completed the shooting of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s biopic ‘Thalavi’, the actress recently wrote on social media, Today we have completed the shooting of our most ambitious project ‘Thalaivi-Revolutionary Leader’. Does an actor ever get such a character? , Which smells of blood. “The film is set to release in cinemas next year.

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