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    The social media and the entertainment world are agog with news of a war of words between Pakistani actress Armeena Rana and the team of Bollywood and Hollywood actress Priyanka Chopra. According to reports, Armeena Khan claims that she is being trolled on social media and she thinks the mastermind behind it is Priyanka Chopra.

    New Delhi (Sputnik): Pakistani actress Armeena Khan has accused Indian actress and Hollywood star Priyanka Chopra and her team of trolling her using fake social media accounts, according to media reports. Armeena Rana shared some of the comments made by these fake accounts, which she claims she has been getting from fans of Priyanka Chopra.

    On Thursday, she tweeted that the team of Priyanka Chopra, who has earned her spurs in both Bollywood and Hollywood, is indulging in a 'classless' attack on her.

    In another tweet, Armeena Rana shared some of the comments made by fake accounts.

    According to reports, the 'Sherdil' starlet has been vocal in her views about issues. Recently, when several Indian actors were rooting for war between Pakistan and India, Armeena voiced her displeasure. Armeena particularly targeted Priyanka for cheering on the Indian armed forces and clapping for war despite being a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador. ​Armeena, one of the Pakistani actors who appealed for peace to prevail between the two countries on social media, criticised Priyanka for her war-mongering ways.

    ​​There was no official comment from Priyanka Chopra or her team regarding the claims of the Pakistani actress.




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