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Kangana Ranaut hits out at ‘Fancy feminists, Bullywood activists’, says ‘You deserve the treatment you get from me’

Kangana Ranaut has launched a fresh attack at the Maharashtra government as parts of her property were demolished by the Shiv Sena-controlled BMC. The actor returned to Mumbai on Wednesday.

bollywood Updated: Sep 09, 2020, 20:57 IST
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Kangana Ranaut has shared a video message from her home.
Kangana Ranaut has shared a video message from her home.

As the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday demolished “illegal alterations” at the Bandra property of actor Kangana Ranaut, she hit back saying ‘My Mumbai is PoK now’. The actor has claimed that there were no illegal structures in her home.

Here are the latest updates:

Kangana says she purchased office building from Sharad Pawar’s partner

She wrote in a tweet, “This was not just to me but to entire building and this is not my flat issue but a building issue which builder needs to deal with and this building belongs to Sharad Pawar we bought the flat from his partner so he is answerable for this not me..”

‘You deserve the treatment you get from me’: Kangana hits out

Targeting “Fancy feminists, Bullywood activists, candle march groups and award vapsi gang,” Kangana wrote that they have all stayed silent on “what High Court said about open murder of law and order in Maharashtra.” She wrote in a tweet, “Well done, thank you for proving me right always, you all deserve the treatment you get from me.”


Kangana suggests that she’s paying the price for her vocalness

She wrote on Twitter, “Now that high court has declared it is a clear case of bullying and its done right after I exposed drug racket,questioned shoddy investigations of SSR murder one can see freedom comes with a price, I am paying for mine are you paying for yours? #ShameOnMahaGovt #ShameOnBollywood.”


Kangana says she received the BMC notice on Wednesday

In a tweet, Kangana wrote that unlike some news doing the round that she’d been warned by the BMC previously, she received a notice only on Wednesday. “Paid sources of Maha government are spreading fake info,BMC never sent any notice to me until yesterday,in fact I got all the documents cleared myself from BMC for renovations. @mybmc at least have the courage to stand by your audacity. Why lie now?” she wrote.

Kangana sends message to Uddhav Thackeray, Karan Johar

In a tweet, Kangana wrote, “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.”


In another tweet, she wrote, “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.”

Sanjay Raut distances himself from controversy

“I have never threatened Kangana Ranaut,” the Shiv Sena leader said, according to The Times of India. “I only expressed my anger at Mumbai being likened to POK. I am not responsible for what action BMC takes. Matter is over for me, Kangana is welcome to live in Mumbai.”

Kangana shares video of Devendra Fadnavis condemning demolition

Kangana Ranaut shared a video of former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis condemning the demolition of her property carried out by the BMC. “This has never happened in the history of Maharashtra,” news agency ANI reported Fadnavis as saying.


Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur condemns demolition of Kangana’s office

Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jai Ram Thakur, according to PTI, condemned the demolition of a portion of Kangana Ranaut's Mumbai property by the civic body Wednesday, saying she "is a daughter" of the state and she should get a "proper atmosphere" to work in her field.

Kangana Ranaut shares video message for Uddhav Thackeray


Kangana Ranaut has shared a video message for Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray. In it, she says that she is ‘thankful ‘ for the cruelty he has shown and said that someday, his ego will also break like he broke her house. Kangana also compared her plight to the Kashmiri Pandits’ and said that she will not only make a film on Ayodhya but also on Kashmir.

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Kangana Ranaut arrives home

Kangana Ranaut arrived at her home in Mumbai with her sister Rangoli Chandel.

Kangana shares video of demolished property:

Kangana has shared videos of her partially demolished office. She captioned her post as ‘#DeathofDemocracy.”


Kangana arrives in Mumbai

Actor Kangana Ranaut’s flight has reached Mumbai.


Huge crowd gathers outside Mumbai airport:


A giant crowd of Kangana’s supporters and protesters has gathered outside the Mumbai airport, shouting slogans and raising placards.

Undue importance being given to Kangana’s remarks: Sharad Pawar

“We are giving undue importance to those making such statements. We will have to see what influence such statements have on the people at large,” NCP chief Sharad Pawar told reporters.

Gulshan Devaiah comments on Kangana’s arrival

Actor Gulshan Devaiah has posted on Twitter about the demolition at Kanganas’s property. “Now just a a joke instead of a JCB the BMC could have put a board outside Kangana’s office saying POK mein aapka swagat hai.Yes or No?” he wrote.

Kangana’s lawyer calls demolition illegal

Kangana Ranaut’s lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui has said that the notice she was served by the BMC was illegal. “The notice given is illegal and they entered the premises illegally. There was no work underway at the premises,” he said.

Renuka Shahane calls the demolition appalling:

“Though I did not like @KanganaTeam‘s comment comparing Mumbai to POK I am appalled by the revenge demolition carried out by @mybmc You do not have to stoop so low. @CMOMaharashtraplease intervene. There is a pandemic we are dealing with. Do we need this unnecessary drama?,” she wrote.

Sona Mohapatra reacts to demolitions:

Sona Mohapatra is shocked at the demolition being carried out at Kangana’s office. “Demolition squads now #Mumbai ??? What the hell is this. What do you expect from a government that doesn’t win an election to come to power??!! Travesty. Sickening,” she wrote in a tweet.

Heavy security at Mumbai airport:

Heavy CISF security at Mumbai International airport as Kangana arrives at Mumbai . She is flying in after spending six months in her home town of Manali.

High Court stays demolition:

The Bombay High Court has stayed the BMC’s demolition at Kangana Ranaut’s property. It has also asked the civic body to file a reply on actor’s petition. Her advocate Rizwan Siddiqui confirmed that the demolition has been stayed on property at Pali hill, Bandra. BMC’s response to Kangana’s plea will be heard Thursday at 3 pm before the bench of justice SJ Kathawalla.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee reacts to demolitions:

Television actor Devoleena Bhattacharjee has reacted to the BMC’s demolition drive at Kangana’s property. “Sad sad sad.. indeed #DeathOfDemocracy,” she wrote.” “Vinaash kaale Viparit Buddhi. #DeathOfDemocracy,” she added in another tweet.

Demotion work is complete at Kangana’s property:

The demolition of structural violations at Kangana’s office has been completed and the machineries there are being removed.

Kangana tweets about the demolition:

Kangana Ranaut tweeted that her property is not illegal. “There is no illegal construction in my house, also government has banned any demolitions in Covid till September 30, Bullywood watch now this is what Fascism looks like,” she wrote in her tweet.

High Court begins hearing on Kangana’s plea:

The Bombay High Court has begun hearing Kangana Ranaut’s plea against Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) demolition drive at her property in Mumbai. Kangana is challenging the notice issued by Mumbai civic body for ‘illegal construction’ at her bungalow and seeking stay on demolition process, her lawyer has said.

The 33-year-old actor is set to return to Mumbai later today. The Central government had earlier given her Y-plus security amid her verbal duel with Shiva Sena leaders.


“There is no illegal construction in my house, also government has banned any demolitions in Covid till September 30, Bullywood watch now this is what Fascism looks like Slightly smiling face#DeathOfDemocracy #KanganaRanaut,” the actor tweeted as BMC confirmed the demolition work.

“I am never wrong and my enemies prove again and again this is why my Mumbai is POK now,” Kangana tweeted, soon after the demolition work began. She also posted photos of BMC staff engaged in the demolition work, calling it, “Pakistan, #DeathofDemocracy”.

The developments come amid escalating war of words between Kangana and Shiv Sena leaders. The Maharashtra government on Tuesday also announced that the police will probe allegations that she took drugs. Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said the Mumbai police will probe allegations by actor Adhyayan Suman that Ranaut took drugs.

Last week, Kangana said she feared living in Mumbai and Sena leader Sanjay Raut asked her not to return to the city. Raut also used a slur against it. The row escalated when she retorted that “Mumbai feels like PoK” - a comment that she has repeated today.

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