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‘Today it’s my home, tomorrow it’ll be your pride’: Kangana warns CM Uddhav

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‘Today it’s my home, tomorrow it’ll be your pride’: Kangana warns CM Uddhav

‘Today it’s my home, tomorrow it’ll be your pride’: Kangana warns CM Uddhav

Kangana Ranaut has launched a direct attack on Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray over the demolition of a party of the house by the BMC.

In a video posted on Twitter, Kangana said that while the BMC officials had razed her house today, tomorrow the Chief Minster’s pride would be demolished.

Kangana added that she now feels the pain of a Kashmiri Pandit and vowed to make a film on Kashmir.

A part of Kangana’s house, which the BMC said did not have approval, was demolished by civic body officials this morning as Kangana was travelling from Himachal to Mumbai.

The Mumbai High Court has now stayed the demolition and asked the civic body to respond to the actor’s petition.

The row had erupted after Kangana Ranaut said that she is more scared of the Mumbai police than the movie mafia goons and compared Mumbai to PoK.

Kangana also faced protests at the airport when she landed from Chandigarh today with Sena workers shouting slogans against her demanding that she go to Pakistan.

Watch the full video for all the details.


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