Kangana Ranaut's 'Aaj mera ghar...' video goes viral as Uddhav Thackeray leaves Varsha, Congress leader says...
An old video of Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut has gone viral amid the political crisis in Maharashtra soon after chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday left his official residence in Varsha and moved back to his family residence Matoshree. In the video, Kangana could be seen saying, "Uddhav Thackeray, what do you think? That you have taken revenge against me by demolishing my house in cahoots with film mafias? Today my house has been demolished, tomorrow your pride will be decimated. This is all about time. Remember." Also Read: 'S***show': Swara Bhasker on Maharashtra turmoil; Simi Garewal praises Uddhav
Twitter users shared this old video of Kangana Ranaut and revelled that the Bollywood actor had predicted the future of Uddhav Thackeray in 2020 when Kangana's office was demolished by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation.
Another old video of Kangana Ranaut is doing the rounds in which the actor known for her controversial statements said: "History stands witness to the fact that whoever humiliates a woman meets his or her downfall soon. Ravana insulted Sita, the Kauravas insulted Draupadi. I am nowhere close to those women but I am also a woman and I protected my integrity. I did not hurt anyone... I truly believe that whenever you disrespect a woman, your destruction is guaranteed."
As these old videos of Kangana Ranaut went viral at a time when the Maharashtra government is threatened by an internal rift, Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi chimed in and said Kangana too might have insulted many women as she also faced 'Karma' in her latest movie Dhaakad, which flopped in the box office.. "Kangana Ranaut calls this Karma for insulting a woman. I believe she was on the receiving end of it too because of the number of women she has insulted. Just look at Dhaakad," the Congress leader tweeted.
Facing a rebellion from his own party members, Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday moved out from the CM's residence and shifted to his family residence Matoshree. In a live address on Wednesday, Uddhav said while his party does not compromise on Hindutva, he does not hanker after the CM post and would happily make way for another Shiv Sainik. In his address, Uddhav said his resignation letter is ready and he will move out of the CM's official residence which he did in the evening along with his wife and two sons – Aaditya Thackeray and Tejas Thackeray.