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Urvashi Rautela offers clarification on her viral video; says her apology was for fans and not Rishabh Pant

Urvashi Rautela offers clarification on her viral video; says her apology was for fans and not Rishabh Pant

Just when the fans thought that Urvashi Rautela and Rishabh Pant’s saga was drawing towards an end, the actress spiced things up again.

Earlier this week, a video surfaced online in which Rautela apologised. Many fans and famous outlets interpreted it as a gesture towards Rishabh Pant.

Apparently, Rautela has been alluding to Rishabh Pant in many of her public interviews. Hence it was obvious for fans to think it was another message for the prolific Indian wicketkeeper.

However, the Indian actress uploaded a story last night to confirm that her apology has nothing to do with Rishabh Pant. In her message, Rautela wrote, “These days official news articles & so called meme pages (worst marketers) are more scripted than movies or a [TV] show[!] That sorry was for my fans & loved ones that I had nothing to say….”

Furthermore, she also used hashtags such as “why the news is not the truth,” “great script”, and “facts are not copyrightable.”

Now it’s once again; the jury is out on whether the saga between Urvashi Rautela and Pant will settle down.

Urvashi’s recent remarks on Rishabh’s pant

Only last month, she was quoted talking about a player with the initials “RP,” who waited in her hotel lobby to meet her during a shoot. However, due to her busy schedule, she couldn’t take out time to meet him.

This subtle jab was not taken lightly by the Indian cricketer. And Rishabh Pant had retaliated by posting a story on his insta handle, asking to be left alone. He also pointed out how people use his name to gain the media’s attention.

Urvashi responded by saying that she was not interested in Cricket. And seldom watches it. But it turned out to be a foot-in-the-mouth moment when soon after her statement, she was witnessed on the ground during an India vs Pakistan match in the recently concluded Asia Cup.

Nobody knows when the saga will die down. But the fans won’t mind it, as they enjoy every inch of it.

Vaibhaw Tiwari - 401 Posts

A sucker for good sporting action, it doesn't matter from where it comes. Cricket, Football and PKL enthusiast.

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