"PoK analogy was bang on": Kangana Ranaut leaves Mumbai

Kangana Ranaut announces to leave Mumbai after being ‘terrorised

Kangana Ranaut announces to leave Mumbai after being ‘terrorised

The actress drew the ire of the Shiv Sena government after she compared Mumbai with Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) in her tweets.

"I hope I get justice", Kangana said. How dare they protect a young woman who is standing against the mafia!

The governments of Maharashtra and Bihar had also engaged in a tug of war after the deceased actor's father KK Singh lodged a complaint at a Patna police station, accusing actress Rhea Chakraborty and others of cheating and abetting his son's suicide.

Fadnavis also took potshots at Uddhav Thackeray, who has succeeded him as Maharashtra chief minister, saying that the Shiv Sena chief seemed to be "more interested in fighting Kangana than battling corona".

Reacting to the tweet, Kangana posted on her verified Twitter account, "Thank you Facebook free speech must be protected in a democracy, people need to be protected from Sonia Sena goons much like COVID -19 virus, thank you for being considerate, well done".

Kangana Ranaut returned to Manali today after her brief stay in Mumbai.

A day after the demolition, Kangana visited her Mumbai office to inspect property damage.

Expressing surprise over Kanagan's return to Manali, Sachin Sawant said, "What about her knowledge of drug mafia and Bollywood connection?"

She added the way she was "terrorized these days", faced "constant attacks, abuses and attempts to break my house after my work place", and was surrounded by armed commandos, her comparison of Mumbai with PoK stood right.

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut, who is locked in a bitter battle with the ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, on Sunday met state Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari here and told him about the "injustice" done to her.

"Confused if she knows this is a humor website and she also playing along or not", commented a user.

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