Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s grandfather Shri Braham Chand Ranaut passed away on Monday. He was 90.
The “Queen” actor informed on Twitter that the senior Ranaut was unwell for the past few months.
She wrote, “This evening I drove to my parents house as my grandfather Shri Braham Chand Ranaut wasn’t keeping well for past few months, just when I reached home he had already passed away. He was 90 years old still had an impeccable sense of humour and we all called him Daddy. OM Shanti.”
On Sunday, Ranaut met Defence Minister Rajnath Singh regarding her upcoming film Tejas.
Kangana also revealed that they have shared the script of the upcoming film with the Indian Air Force for certain permissions.
"Today team #Tejas met honourable defence minister Shri @rajnathsingh ji for his blessings, we shared the script of our film Tejas with @IAF_MCC as well and seeked few permissions, Jai Hind," Kangana tweeted to share the news from her verified account.
Only last week, the Indian Air Force (IAF) had raised an objection to certain scenes featuring Anil Kapoor in his upcoming OTT film, "AK vs AK" after which the actor issued an apology.
Meanwhile, Kangana has finished shooting for her another film "Thalaivi".
"And it's a wrap, today we successfully completed the filming of our most ambitious project Thalaivi- the revolutionary leader, rarely an actor finds a character that comes alive in flesh and blood and I fall in love so hard but now suddenly it's time to say bye, mixed feelings," Kangana tweeted on Saturday to announce wrapping up the shoot.