Many are aware that Bollywood Queen Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena have been feuding since the former's "Mumbai feels like Pakistan occupied Kashmir" comment in 2020. From BMC demolishing Ranaut's office to the actress's digs at the leader and more, the dispute had snowballed into a massive controversy back then.
When Uddhav Thackeray resigned from his position, Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram and spoke about the same. On Thursday, she took to Instagram to share a video where she spoke about "satta ka ghamand" (the pride of power). In the clip, Kangana also slammed the party for their take on the recent Human Chalisa Row.
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She compared Maharashtra's political crisis to socialist Jayaprakash Narayan's 1975 movement, the actress said in hindi, "After 75, this time is the most important time of India's democracy." Taking a jibe at Thackeray, she went on to say, "In 2020, I had said that democracy is a belief and one who breaks this belief in the pride of power, his pride is also sure to be broken."
"Hanuman ji is believed to be the twelfth avatar of Lord Shiva. So, when Shiv Sena decides to ban Hanuman Chalisa, even Lord Shiva can't save them," she added.
In her caption, Kangana indicated the return of a BJP-led government in the state. "When sin increases, there is destruction and then there is creation… And the lotus of life blooms," it read.
Kangana Ranaut had said in a similar social media video in 2020 that Uddhav Thackeray's pride would be shattered. "Uddhav Thackeray, you think you have taken a revenge on me? Today my house has been demolished, tomorrow your pride will be shattered," she said.