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Hrithik-Kangana row rests, Cyber police files 'NIL reports'

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Mumbai, Nov 17: The ill-famed Bollywood controversy surrounding Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut has finally come to an end. In a latest twist, the forensic department of Mumbai Police has submitted an 'NIL report' in the scandal.

According to a report by the Mumbai Mirror, the forensic probe into the romantic mails, allegedly sent by Hrithik, has failed to draw any conclusion.

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On the contrary, Hrithik claimed that the mails were a handiwork of an imposter, which could be proved only by investigations of a US server. Sanjay Saxena, joint commissioner of police, Crime Branch said, "We have been unable to find anything on the mail ID as the server is located in the US. Now it is very difficult to ascertain who was using the account. Still, we will try to conclude [the case] from the available evidence."

Basing on the developments, the police has filed an NIL report.

A senior police officer said, "It's a dead end. Only data from the server based in the US could have helped us in identifying the user of the email account."

[Read: Kangana records statement with cops in Hrithik's FIR ]

Kangana's solicitor, Rizwan Siddiquee, however said that the report goes against Hrithik, proving that there was no 'imposter' in place. He said, "We are not surprised to learn that the police have, after a thorough investigation, filed a NIL report, which means that they could not trace any imposter as was claimed by Hrithik Roshan...Kangana has always been maintaining that there was no imposter ever."

The Hrithik-Kangana scandal spiralled when the actress called him her 'silly-ex'. Soon there were speculations as to who stalked whom. It was also alleged that Hrithik followed Kangana till Paris where he proposed her. To this, Hrithik's team stated that the actress was stalking him and had sent him 50 mails a day.

[Read: Blackmailing or threatening won't work with me: Kangana on Hrithik spat ]

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