Kangana Ranaut shares Shraddha Walker’s police complaint, says she died because Aftab Poonawalla ‘fulfilled her Dexter fantasy’
Actress Kangana Ranaut has commented on the Shraddha Walker murder case. Police statement What she did in 2020, complaining about her boyfriend Aftab Poonawalla’s misbehaviour, was made public. Kangana wrote in an Instagram story that Shraddha was overcome by her feminine instincts to protect her blindly, even if it meant harming herself.
Shraddha Walker was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend Aftab in Delhi earlier this year. Her body was dismembered into more than 30 pieces, which the killer disposed of over a period of three months. In her post, Kangana also hinted at her interest in American series Dexter, which is said to be Cited as inspiration behind his methods.
Kangana wrote, “This is the letter Shraddha wrote to the police in 2020, asking for help. “He always strangled her and threatened to dismember her – she says he was blackmailing her but how did he manage to brainwash her and take her to Delhi. Isolated him and then fulfilled his Dexter fantasy.
She continued, “We all know that the ‘promise of marriage’ is a trick that all girls take. She wasn’t weak or emotionally needy… She was just a girl who wanted to dress dolls and feed them. Born to care and nurture. Their bed and tell them bedtime stories, unfortunately she had the heart of a woman and her primal instincts are to protect and heal.
Kangana concluded, “A woman is basically a mother’s womb like our earth who sees no distinction between the deserving and the undeserving… The goddess of healing powers, she was not weak, she was just a girl. Who thought she was in a fairy tale fighting her hero’s dark demons because we all know love conquers all… She went to great lengths to fight her demons but she He wanted to win and he did…”
In her statement, which she gave in 2020, Shraddha detailed Aftab’s ill-treatment, and said that he had threatened to kill her. He withdrew his complaint after 26 days and claimed that his dispute with Aftab had been resolved.