Malvi Malhotra reveals Kangana Ranaut didn’t come forward to help as she promised after her brutal stabbing

Actress Malvi Malhotra got stabbed thrice by the producer after she refused his marriage proposal.


In 2020 October, Actress Malvi Malhotra was stabbed thrice by an alleged producer from Mumbai after she refused his marriage proposal. At the time, Kangana Ranaut came in the support of Malhotra and said that the incident reflects the truth of the film industry and this is what happens to small town strugglers without proper contacts.

Now, in an interview to a news portal, Malvi Malhotra revealed that Kangana Ranaut promised her to support after that brutal stabbing, but she never came forward. Malhotra said, “I had a lot of faith in Kangana and I believed that she will come forward to help me and fight against this issue. So, I requested one of the doctors taking care of me to record a video and put it in the public domain. The same day Kangana tweeted about it. She was targeting the industry and nepotism but she tweeted that she will come and help me and fight for me in this case. But after this, when I got discharged, I was waiting for her to come forward and help, but nothing happened. Not only her, but no one from her team also contacted me. I was surprised.”

Malvi further revealed that it was actor-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar who helped her from the beginning of the incident. Malvi later also got to know that the senior actress had called someone in the police and asked them to take care of her case.

Malvi says about Urmila, “At the same time, Urmila ji helped me a lot. I was not expecting this from her. But she was helping me from the very start of this incident. I got to know later on that she also called someone in the police and asked them to take care of this case. She realised that it is her moral responsibility to help me as a woman. I saw that pain in her eyes for me. She also told me that they are making some laws in Maharashtra so that women feel protected here. She assured me that if I face any problems in my fight for justice, I can approach her and she will help me.”