"Uddhav Thackeray, Tujhe Kya Lagta Hai...": Kangana Ranaut issues warning after office demolition

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Kangana vs Uddhav
Kangana vs Uddhav

Mumbai : Actress Kangana Ranaut on Wednesday slammed Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray over BMC's action to demolish alleged illegal structures at her Mumbai office. 

"Uddhav Thackeray, tujhe kya lagta hai? (what do you think?) That you colluded along with the film mafia, demolished my home and took revenge on me? My home was demolished today, your arrogance will crumble tomorrow," Kangana Ranaut said.

"This is the wheel of time, remember, it never stays the same," warned the 33-year-old actor, hours after Mumbai's civic body BMC demolished what it called illegal alternations at her office in Pali Hills.

The Bombay High Court issued a stop on demolition and handed BMC a notice over their action. BMC is handled by Shiv Sena.

A bulldozer was seen in the TV visuals from her Mumbai office even as Kangana Ranaut was on a flight back to Mumbai.

In her warning video, she pledged to make a movie on Kashmiri Pandits, claiming that after what happened today, she knows exactly about how they must have felt.

"You have done me a favour. I knew what Kashmiri Pandits had gone through but I felt it too today. I vow to this country that I will make a film not only on Ayodhya but also Kashmir," she said.

Kangana Ranaut ended with this parting shot: "I knew this would happen to me. This has some meaning. Uddhav Thackeray, this cruelty, this terror, good that this happened to me. Because it means something. Jai hind, jai Maharashtra."

The whole battle between Kangana Ranaut and Maharashtra's ruling Shiv Sena started after she shared her opinion over the mishandling of Sushant Singh Rajput's death case and calling Mumbai PoK where she does not feel safe anymore.

While several Sena leaders went on the offensive against the actor, Uddhav Thackeray, without naming Kangana Ranaut, said "people who earned their livelihood in the city were ungrateful".