If you ask me about Hrithik, I will answer: Kangana Ranaut

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Actor Kangana Ranaut today said her recent comment on Hrithik Roshan was not a 'promotional' gimmick, and she would continue to talk about him and their public feud whenever she is asked about it.

Kangana recently brought to the fore the controversy with Hrithik, which hit headlines last year, after she called him her "silly ex" in an interview, followed by the two actors slapping legal notices on each other.

During her recent appearance on TV show "Aap Ki Adalat", the "Queen" actor said Hrithik, who she has starred opposite in "Krrish 3" and "Kites", should apologise to her publicly.

"When you're shooting for a film and you do interviews people say you don't have work? And when during promotions you do interviews, then people say you are talking. So, how do I live?," she told reporters at an event here when asked if her statement was a 'promotional stunt'.

She would be next seen in Hansal Mehta's "Simran".

When quizzed further if it was required to talk about Hrithik on the show, she said she wouldn't refrain from talking about the controversies if she was asked.

"I have been asked about Aditya Pancholi (whom she dated in the past), I was 16 then and now I am 30-year-old.

What to do now... If I give an answer then it is a problem, if I don't give an answer then again it is a problem).

"I will answer whenever I am asked... It's better not to call me for interviews so that everyone will be quiet and then there will be no problem." 

She said it was her film's producer, who pushed her to go on the show.

"It was my producer's idea to go to 'Aap Ki Adalat'. I didn't want to go there... Rajat sir (show's anchor) has been calling me for last three years. Then my producer told me 'why are you not going, are you afraid?' So I was like, 'I should go'," she said.

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