Kangna Ranaut banned from Sanjay Dutt's household?

Tuesday, 2 August 2011 - 8:56am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna

Buzz is Sanjay’s wife Manyata’s ensuring that Ranaut has nothing to do with her family; Sanjay’s right hand man too is apparently planning to quit as her business manager.

The chief of actor Sanjay Dutt’s production house, Dharam Oberoi has apparently been telling his close friends that he has quit as actor’s Kangna Ranaut’s manager.

This development has come about after her alleged fallout with both Sanjay and his wife Manyata. Grapevine has it that Sanjay’s wife —who was thick friends with Ranaut once —has banned her from anything to do with her family.

“Dharam is on the verge of quitting as Kangna’s manager as he’s extremely upset with the way Kangna has upset both Manyata and Sanjay. He was in Hong Kong with Sanjay, when they heard of her having spoken ill about the actor. We know that he has already informed Kangna that he’s not interested in working for her anymore,” says a friend of Manyata.

It’s also one of the reason for Ranaut being dropped from a film that also stars Sanjay in the lead and not because she had no dates to spare, say sources.

“As of now, Kangna has been banned from the Dutt household, she was also missing from Sanjay’s birthday party too. Manyata is breathing fire right now. And for someone claiming to be close to Manyata, she hasn’t even come once to see her babies. Can you believe that?” asks her friend, adding that the actress would not even call her for previews of her movies like Tanu Wed Manu. 

Friends claim that Manyata has apparently done a lot for Ranaut lately, including getting a big flat at a comparatively lower-than-market-price rent and of course, offering Sanjay’s production house chief Dharam’s services as her business manager.

Apparently Sanjay would still have given it a second thought had he not got the same feedback from close friend,  actor Ajay Devgn. “Kangna boasted about how close she was to Ajay which had upset him,” said another source.

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