Mumbai, September 10
A day after Mumbai’s civic authorities demolished parts of her workplace, actor Kangana Ranaut on Thursday once more took on the Maharashtra authorities by castigating Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for “misusing power” and declaring that her voice received’t be suppressed.
Ranaut, who discovered help from a piece of the movie fraternity and likewise some opprobrium, posted a sequence of tweets evaluating the Shiv Sena-led Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to goons, terming the state authorities a “milavat sarkar” and recalling Marathi tradition and satisfaction.
On Wednesday, the day the actor returned to Mumbai from her residence state Himachal Pradesh, the BMC demolished unlawful alterations of her bungalow. The Bombay High Court stayed the demolition course of and sought to know why the BMC entered the property when the proprietor was not current.
The “Queen” star, whose remark likening Mumbai to Pakistan occupied Kashmir triggered a spat with the Shiv Sena, took a jibe on the NCP-Shiv Sena-Congress state authorities and mentioned the ideology of the Shiv Sena had been compromised.
“The ideology on which Shri Bala Saheb Thackeray built Shiv Sena, today they have sold the ideology for power, becoming Sonia Sena from Shiv Sena. The goons who broke my house behind my back, do not call them a civic body. Don’t insult the constitution.”
Ranaut described Thackeray as a primary instance of nepotism who’s misusing energy to suppress her voice.
“Your father’s good deeds can give you wealth, but you have to earn respect, you will shut my mouth, but my voice will echo in a hundred millions after me, how many mouths will you shut? How many voices will you suppress? Till when you will run away from the truth, you are nothing but an example of dynasty,” the 33-year-old actor wrote on Twitter.
The actor mentioned the Shiv Sena made a “milavat sarkar” (combined authorities) after the election and turned it right into a “Sonia Sena”, alluding to the occasion’s alliance with the Congress.
Ranaut mentioned she was touched to obtain overwhelming help from her well-wishers from Maharashtra, who “condemned the hooliganism done by the government”.
The actor mentioned her followers the world over, together with her residence state Himachal Pradesh, had been pained by the incident. She added that she additionally desires to guarantee them that she obtained “love and respect” within the state.
“Many of my Marathi friends cried on the phone yesterday, some gave me many contacts for help, some were sending food to the house which I could not accept due to security protocols. Marathi culture and pride should not be hurt by the Maharashtra government’s shameful act,” she added.
A grievance has been filed in opposition to the actor — who had additionally posted a video in opposition to Thackeray on Wednesday — for allegedly utilizing foul language in opposition to the Chief Minister, an official mentioned on Thursday.
Based on the grievance filed by a city-based advocate, a non-cognisable offence was registered on the Vikhroli police station.
Prashant Kadam, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Zone VII, mentioned: “After registering an NC, we asked the complainant to approach the court. No FIR was registered.”
Many from the fraternity criticised the motion of the BMC.
Actor Dia Mirza mentioned she condemns the demolition of Ranaut’s workplace in addition to the “harassment and abuse” that actor Rhea Chakraborty has been subjected to over the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput.
“This is not about taking sides. This is about calling out what is unjust. Remember this could happen to you,” Mirza mentioned.
Chakraborty, who has been accused of abetting Rajput’s suicide by his household and subjected to intense media scrutiny, was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on September 8.
“I condemn the demolition of Kangana’s office and I condemn the hounding and harassment of Rhea. Yes, I can be against both these things,” filmmaker Reema Kagti tweeted.
Actor Renuka Shahane, too, got here out in help of Ranaut. Though she didn’t just like the “Manikarnika” actor’s remark evaluating Mumbai to PoK, she was “appalled” by the “revenge demolition” by the BMC, she mentioned. “You do not have to stoop so low. @CMOMaharashtra please intervene. There is a pandemic we are dealing with. Do we need this unnecessary drama?” Shahane wrote.
Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit backed Ranaut for her resolution to make a movie on Kashmiri Pandits.
“She has expressed a desire to make a film on this huge tragedy and we are with her in this. I am sure this film will show the correct picture of our tragedy when it releases. This will be a slap on filmmakers who have mocked our tragedy. Thank you Kangana ji,” he mentioned.
The Indian Motion Pictures Producers’ Association (IMPPA) condemned the demolition but in addition reprimanded the actor.
IMPPA president TP Aggarwal mentioned the motion was neither “good for the government” nor for the “Queen” star. “The action taken by the Maharashtra government or BMC is absolutely wrong and should be condemned,” Aggarwal mentioned in an announcement.
He criticised the actor for calling the movie business a spot for drug addicts, saying this may cease funds from coming to the business. PTI