BanglaHunt Desk: Fake news is being spread against various stars with money. Creative film director Eray Cather has spoken out against a popular youtuber. He accused Kangana Ranaut, the editor of Republic TV, of spreading false news against the families of Arnab Goswami and Sushant Singh Rajput.
However, the director has not yet publicly disclosed anyone's name in this regard. However, the director of YouTube claims that Dhruv Rathi, a supporter of the Aam Aadmi Party, has pointed the finger of blame at him. However, Dhruv has also denied all these allegations.
After that, Kangana Ranaut herself complained that Dhruv Rathi was paid Rs 60 lakh for making a video against her.
The film director recently tweeted.
There, he wrote, ‘Sushant Singh Rajput, a popular YouTuber with more than 4 million subscribers, has been paid Rs 75 lakh for making a video about his family's role in his death. He was given 1-2 weeks to make this video. Earlier, the YouTuber was hired to make videos against Kangana and Arnab.
Lol, is this bullshit fake news referring to me?
First of all no one paid me any money to make Kangana video. Secondly, I’m not planning to make any video on SSR.
And thirdly, I really wish my sponsoring fees was 30 Lakh per video, how rich would I be https://t.co/HAI5vZi2Qu
– Dhruv Rathee (dhruv_rathee) October 31, 2020
He further claimed that the YouTuber wanted Rs 35 lakh for the video of Kangana and Arnab. However, the director did not mention anyone's name in this tweet. But YouTube's Dhruv Rathi himself admits that the tweet was intended for him. However, he made it clear that he did not take any money for making Kangana's video. All these allegations are false.
Ha ha well done @ErayCr of course this dimwit gets money to make fake videos I can get him behind bars for lying about BMC notice for my house in his video for which he got paid 60 lakhs, why will anyone lie openly about legal matters unless not given government support or money . https://t.co/lJjKMkHiJw
– Kangana Ranaut (angKanganaTeam) November 1, 2020
On the other hand, after this allegation against Dhruv Rathi, Kangana took him by the hand on social media. He writes, ‘Of course he was paid to make a fake video. I can put him in jail because of the video in which BMC gave false information about the notice for Rs 60 lakh. Why would anyone lie about legal issues without government support and money? 'However, Dhruv Rathi has not yet responded to Kangana's tweet.