Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut filed a criminal complaint against lyricist Javed Akhtar in a Mumbai Court raising allegations of criminal conspiracy, extortion and outraging modesty by invading her privacy. .Ranaut in her complaint alleged that Akhtar committed "serious crimes" against her. The same are mentioned below.Akhtar invited Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel to his house with "malafide intentions and ulterior motives" in connection with Ranaut's dispute with a co-star and then "criminally intimidated and threatened" the sisters;To "lower her public image" and give a "favourable public verdict in support of the co-star", Akhtar allegedly "forced Ranaut to tender a written apology to the co-star";Akhtar also allegedly threatened her of "dire consequences" if Ranaut does not deliver the apology;Akhtar allegedly attacked Ranaut's moral character by "making unwarranted statements on Ranaut's unchastity" and intentionally insulting her modesty and intruding her privacy;That the "serious cognizable offences" committed by Akhtar caused her immense mental torture and trauma..Ranaut claimed that the above acts of Akhtar sufficiently prove that he acted with hidden criminal agenda right from the beginning. "Instead of being apologetic and sorry for having committed serious crimes, the accused (Akhtar) had the audacity to file a defamation case against me," the application by Ranaut said. .In view of the allegations, Ranaut sought issuance of process against Akhtar under Sections 383, 384, 387 (extortion), 503, 506 (criminal intimidation) and 509 (outraging modesty of woman) of the Indian Penal Code..The complaint comes as a counter to the criminal defamation complaint filed by Akhtar against Ranaut claiming that her statements aired on Republic TV amounted to the offence of criminal defamation under Sections 499 and 500 of the Indian Penal Code.As per Akhtar's complaint, Ranaut had, during her interview with Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, allegedly commented that Akhtar was part of a "Bollywood suicide gang" who could "get away with anything".