#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Exclusive! “Someone from the industry is trolling me and my co-stars Anjana Singh, Shubhi Sharma, Kajal Raghwani and Aamrapali Dubey,” says Rani Chatterjee | Bhojpuri Movie News

One of the most sought after Bhojpuri actresses Rani Chatterjee has recently alleged that someone from the industry has been harassing her and other Bhojpuri actresses. Along with her, the actress revealed the names of Anjana Singh, Shubhi Sharma, Kajal Raghwani and Aamrapali Dubey who have been getting abusive prank calls from unknown people since a few days.

Rani, who has worked for more than a decade in the Bhojpuri industry, expressed her anger about the issue. While speaking to ETimes, she said, “Someone from the industry is trolling me and my co-stars Anjana Singh, Shubhi Sharma, Kajal Raghwani and Aamrapali Dubey. They are distributing our phone numbers to call and abuse us. These are people who think it’s like taking to social media where it is so easy to troll anyone you like. Few people in our industry don’t have any other work, so they have started this unethical behavior as timepass. Everybody has fans who give negative as well as positive comments but these trollers are commenting on our personal life which very few people know and so this proves that there is someone within the industry behind the whole plan.”

A few days back, Rani also shared a video on Instagram featuring other actresses where they raised their voice against cyber-bullying. She captioned the video, “Agar aap bhi #cyberbullying ke shikaar hain toh datt kar uska samna karein, HUM SAB AAPKE SAATH HAIN…! Please watch and share
🏻 #stopcyberbullying #stopbodyshaming #stopabusivebehaviour.. #needpositivityinsociety.. #respectwomen”.

On the work front, Rani will be next seen in the action-drama ‘Lady Singham’ along with Gaurav Jha and Bollywood actor Shakti Kapoor. The makers have not yet announced the release date. She also has some interesting projects in her kitty like ‘Chotki Thakurain’, ‘Kasam Durga Ki’, ‘Teri Meharbaniyan’ and ‘Herapheri’.


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