The war between the actor and the Maharasthra CM Uddhav Thackeray, Shiv Sena intensifies after the Sena-led BMC partly demolishes her Pali Hill office.
By Mayur Lookhar
Things have turned ugly between Shiv Sena and actor Kangana Ranaut after the former-led Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation carried out part demolition work in Ranaut’s office in Pali Hill, Bandra. Ranaut arrived in Mumbai few hours later amidst the huge gathering at the airport. After reaching home safely, Ranaut posted a video slamming Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray comparing her plight to that of the Kashmiri Pandits who were throws from their homes in 1990.
Ranaut spoke in firm Hindi and addressed the chief minister by his name.
“Uddhav Thackeray tujhe kya lagta hain, tune film mafia ke saath milke , mera ghar todke mujhe bahot bada badla liya hain. Aaj mera ghar tuta hain, kal tera ghamand tutega, yeh waqt ka paiyya hain, yaad rakhna Yhe waqt ka paiyaa hain, yaad rkahna hamesha ek jaisa nahi rehta,
(Uddhav Thackeray, do you think by joining hands with the film mafia, breaking my house that you have your revenge? Today, my houses his broken, tomorrow your arrogance will be crushed, Never forget, the wheel of time never remains the same,” said Kangana.
“Ab mujhe lagta hain ki tune mujhpe bahot ehsaan kiya hain, kyunki ab mujhe pata chala hain Kashmir ke pandito pe kya beeti hogi, Aaj maine mehsoos kiya hain, Aaj main is desh ko vachan deti hu, ki main sirf Ayodhya pe nahi, Kashmir pe bhi film banu gi, Aur apne desh vasiyo ko jagaoungi”
“I feel today you have done me a favour. Now I realise the pain that the Kashmiri Pandits must have gone through. I swear to the nation that I won’t just make a film on Ayodhya, but also one on Kashmir,” added the Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi  actress.
“Uddhav Thackery, this cruelty, terror….it’s good that it happened with me. There is some purpose. Jai Hindi! Jai Maharashtra,” chided Ranaut.
Meanwhile, Ranaut’s lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui told reporters that despite tellnig the BMC offcials to stop the demolition as the matter was going to court at 12. 30 pm, the officials didn’t listen to him and he was barred from going inside the office premises. Siddiqui claimed that the BMC officials unlawfully destroyed personal properties of the actress worth over a crore. Siddiqui affirmed that his client will be filing a civil and a criminal case against the BMC.
Listen to Kangana’s message to the Maharashtra CM below.