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Person gets honored by UNESCO for listing out all fights involving Kangana Ranaut in chronological order

17, Mar 2017 By Santosh Pradhan

Mumbai: Kangana Ranaut has been at the forefront of many controversies off late, but she would have never thought that her life events will make a normal person very famous. Yes, Kangana’s run-ins with several people in Bollywood have been a blessing for Mumbai resident Sanil Jain. Sanil has been following the career of Kangana more closely than even Kangana herself. He was recently honored by UNESCO for listing out all controversies involving Kangana, that too in a chronological order, which has been never done before by anyone.

Kangana Ranaut surprised with the news
“Kangana Ranaut has no clue such an award exists”

Our Faking News reporter caught up with Sanil at his residence and he had this to say, “After her initial fights, I thought it was normal for a celebrity to attack someone or get attacked. But things became difficult when the number of fights and no of different people Kangana fought with kept on increasing. I had to follow each and every newspaper, website, Bollywood columns and even her personal assistant to get exact dates of the fights and the reason behind it.”

Sanil has even listed out the fights in categories which range from small fights (lasting just 2-3 days ), long fights (lasting for 1-2 months, like the one involving Hrithik), Social media fights (involving Shekhar Suman), Face to face fights (obviously including Karan Johar) and other customized categories. UNESCO, an organization which honors such amazing dedication thought of acknowledging the efforts of Sanil by awarding him with the sharpest memory on earth award.

Kangana fought with our reporter when asked to comment on this story, well, Sanil needs to update this one also in his ever growing list. Adhyayan Suman has come out and thanked his fans fan (Shekhar Suman) for supporting him during tough times, as he always had doubts whether his fight with Kangana will find a place in history, it surely will, now that even UNESCO has recognized it.