Vishal compares Kangana Ranaut to Bhagat Singh for her bold response to Shiv Sena

The war of words between Ranaut and Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena had intensified after the Mumbai civic body partially demolished the actor’s office in the city on Wednesday.
Vishal compares Kangana Ranaut to Bhagat Singh
Actress Kangana Ranaut is in the middle of a heated political row with the ruling Shiv Sena party in Maharashtra after comments about the Sushant Singh Rajput case investigation and compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who has been locked in a bitter war of words with Shiv Sena and Maharashtra government, has posted a video message addressing Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray after the BMC demolished parts of her home in Mumbai. She shared that she now understands how Kashmiri Pandits felt after property is vandalised.

Kangana Ranaut compared herself in a video to the Kashmiri Pandits who were driven out of their homeland in the '90s, actor Vishal has now compared her actions with freedom fighter and revolutionary Bhagat Singh.

Responding to the video, Vishal wrote: "Dear Kangana, Hats off to your Guts, you have never thought twice to voice out what is right & what is wrong. It wasn't your personal issue, but even then facing the wrath of the Government, you stayed strong which makes it a very big example. It's something Similar to what Bhagat Singh did in 1920s. This will set an example for people to speak against the Govt when something is not right and not necessarily being a Celebrity but also as a common Man. Freedom of Speech (Article 19) Kudos to you, I Bow to you...." Vishal tweeted.


Kangana Ranaut had gone back home to Himachal Pradesh when the lockdown was announced. But the actor has been actively speaking up in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. She started several conversations about nepotism, drug abuse and mental health.

She got into trouble with the state governemnet when she compared Mumbai to Pakistan occupied Kashmir. This led to the state government calling her out. Several actors from the fraternity also took a stand against her statement.

In a fierce backlash, Sena and NCP leaders including state Home Minister Anil Deskhmukh said she should stay out of Mumbai if she felt that way. Sena leader Sanjay Raut issued a threat warned her against returning to the city. Kangana then complained that she'd received several death threats, warning her not to come to the city.

The actress' office, Manikarnika Films, in Mumbai's suburbs was demolished extensively while Kangana was flying in to Mumbai. Ms Ranaut was given Y-Plus-level protection from the CRPF.

The demolition of the building, which the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) claims contains illegal constructions, began yesterday. The court stopped the demolition after Ms Ranaut filed her petition. The star’s home was spread over 3,075 square feet and was bought in 2017 for ₹20.7 crore.

Now, the actress has hit out and openly challenged Uddhav Thackeray and Karan Johar to 'break' her house too after she alleged she was getting threats for the same.

On Wednesday evening, Kangana tweeted, "My office was suddenly declared illegal in last 24 hours, they have destroyed everything inside including furniture and lights and now I am getting threats they will come to my house and break it as well,I am glad my judgement of movie mafia’s favourite world’s best CM was right."

She the tweeted, "Come Udhav Thakeray and Karan Johar Gang you broke my work place come now break my house then break my face and body, I want world to see clearly what you anyway do underhand, whether I live or die I will expose you regardless."

"This is the wheel of time, remember, it never stays the same," warned the 33-year-old actor.

Kangana Ranaut posts video message (in Hindi) addressing Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, which translates to, "Uddhav Thackeray, what do you think? That you have taken great revenge by colluding with the film mafia and breaking down my house? Today my house has been broken, tomorrow your pride will break. Remember the wheel of time, it does not stay constant. And I feel that you have done me a big favour, because I could only imagine what Kashmiri Pandits went through but today I have felt it. I promise this nation that I will make a movie not only on Ayodhya but also on Kashmir and I will awaken my countrymen. Because I knew this would happen with us but this time it has happened with me and this means something. And Uddhav Thackeray, this cruelty and this terror, it is good that it happened with me, because this means something. Jai Hind, Jai Maharashtra."


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