A Police Complaint Has Been Filed Against Kangana for Her Derogatory Remark against Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray

It seems like once Kangana gets out from one difficulty, she gets entangled into others. However, Kangana’s blunt statements are somewhat responsible for this. A day before, some part of her office building located at Pali Hill, Mumbai has been demolished by BMC, following that Kangana shared a series of videos on social media; threatening Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena, and CM Uddhav Thackeray.

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Sharing the same video that she posted yesterday on twitter and on Instagram today, Kangana wrote, “Today, the Maharashtra Govt illegally broke down #KanganaRanaut’s house while she was on a flight to Mumbai, with only 24-hour notice. Completely illegal considering the Govt has banned demolitions due to COVID till September 30. This is what Fascism looks like.”

In her recent tweets, she has threatened to expose movie mafia nexus to the Maharashtra government. She wrote, “You Can Break Work Place But You Can’t break Confidence, All of This Bollywood Mafia Gangs Will be Exposed From Karan johar to Khan Gang Everyone Will Exposed Soon.”

In her next series of tweets, she blamed the Maharashtra government and Movie Mafia responsible for her office demolition.

Meanwhile, the Bombay high court has issued a stay order on BMC’s demolition drive, and demolition is at a halt for now. Kangana had also shared a series of inside video of building demolition. BMC’s demolition drive has been slammed by several Bollywood celebrities including Anupam Kher, Dia Mirza, Renuka Shahane and others.

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