Mumbai: Hrithik Roshan is already embroiled in a court battle with his alleged ex-lover, Kangana Ranaut, it seems that he might land himself in another legal trouble. A notice has been sent to the actor for his reference to the Pope that he had made on Twitter, a couple of months ago.
On January 28 this year, Hrithik, in what seemed to be a way of taking a dig at Kangana, posted a tweet that read, “Ther r more chances of me having had an affair with d Pope dan any of d (Im sure wonderful) women d media hs been naming.”
Now, today, after more than two months of posting the message, Abraham Mathai, the All India President of the group Indian Christian Voice, has slapped a legal notice on Hrithik for allegedly “hurting religious sentiments,” as reported by Times Now.
During an interaction with the channel, Mathai said that it was an uncalled for gesture on Hrithik’s part to drag the name of the Pope in order to get back at someone. He also accused the ‘Krrish’ actor of suggesting that the Pope was gay. However, Mathai has given a week’s time to Hrithik to apologise for his tweet.
It is, however, not known as to why Mathai took more than two months to object to the tweet. Interestingly, Mathai’s lawyer, Rizwan Siddiqui, is also the one representing Kangana in her legal battle with Hrithik.