Avoiding to comment upon her friend and colleague Preity Zinta’s molestation case, Rani Mukerji said that she doesn’t think that any person has the right to speak or give an opinion on the issue.
Mukerji is quoted by��PTI, “The only thing I would like to say is that her case is under investigation. This is not the right platform it’s a personal thing. I think when I do get a chance outside this place, I will be able to talk further on that and I don’t like to comment on somebody’s else life. I don’t think it’s right to comment and I don’t think any person has the right to speak up or give an opinion.”
“Preity is a great person and a colleague of mine. We were fortunate to have worked in four films together. She used to tell me that she and I would marry in the same mandap, so that our weddings would be as successful as our films. But I beat her to that,” added Mukerji.
Zinta and Mukerji have shared work space in films like, ‘Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega’ (2000) and ‘Chori Chori Chupke Chupke’ (2001) and were once good friends.
Earlier, three more of Zinta’s friends and colleagues namely Saif Ali Khan, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan avoided to speak on this issue.
On 12th June, Zinta had filed a complaint against ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia accusing him of molesting and abusing her during IPL match going on between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab on 30th May.
Meanwhile, Mukerji will be next in ‘Mardaani’ which is slated to release on 22nd August.