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Ayesha Takia plan to take legal action against Kingfisher Airlines.

ayesha takiaMumbai: On Monday evening, when Ayesha Takia tweeted against Kingfisher Airlines, it was a case of an individual standing up for her sister, Natasha Takia. Appears Natasha had a harsh time on her way back from Nepal to Mumbai via Delhi.

However, Siddharth Mallya reacted, though individually and ironically, the actress couldn’t be accused of blowing her fuse. Needless to say, their respective tweets on the social medium saw a number of people write in sustain of her and even questioned his personal comments when she was only pointing out the airline’s fault.

“The worst airline, Kingfisher ¬¶This disgustingly behaved kingfisher staff called Vinay Podwal just tore my sister’s boarding pass n misbehaved with her” Ayesha’s first tweets on her sister’s dilemma.

Family’s complaint against the airline got into personal fight when Sidharth Mallya respond, “Been getting retweets about Ayesha Takia and KFA. Not too sure who she is, an actor of some sorts?

Ayesha to thunder online, “I will rant Sidharth Mallya, what you will do? This is your way of dealing with hospitality business? Wow! Learn manners and respect.”

The Takia family is together in their fight against the airline. As Ayesha told Mid-Day that “We’re definitely going to send a letter to the company and take them to court for the rude treatment meted out to my sister. If this is the way a common person travelling economy class is treated, then I will stand up against the airline. I’m thankful to the people who supported me on Twitter, and many of them said that they’ve gone through similar experiences.”

But, declining to react to Siddhartha Mallya, Ayesha maintained, “I didn’t start any personal attacks, so I don’t want to comment on any one particular person. They way they treated my sister, a regular passenger travelling economy, is shocking. So I think taking the legal route is the right course of action. If anyone takes it personally, it’s their problem.”


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