Kangana opens up about legal cases, abuses she faced
Kangana Ranaut opened up about the legal cases, abuses and insults she has faced from the Maharashtra government.
The actor also reacted to the statement made by Mumbai mayor Kishori Pednekar on the Bombay High Court’s decision to set aside the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) notices to the actor.
Taking to the microblogging website, Kangana said: “The amount of legal cases, abuses, insults, name calling I faced from Maharashtra government in these few months make Bollywood mafia and people like Aaditya Pancholi and Hrithik Roshan seem like kind souls …. I wonder what is it about me that rattle people so much.”
Kangana was responding to reports, which quoted Kishori Pednekar as saying: “Everyone is surprised that an actress who lives in Himachal, comes here and calls our Mumbai PoK… such ‘do takke ke log’ want to make Courts arena for political rivalry, it’s wrong.”
On Friday, the Bombay High Court declared the BMC action of demolishing a part of Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow here as illegal and said it smacks of malafide intentions.
It also directed her to show “restraint” in future while voicing her opinions in public.
Reacting to the development, Kangana had tweeted: “When individual stands against the government and wins, it’s not the victory of the individual but it’s the victory of the democracy. Thank you everyone who gave me courage and thanks to those who laughed at my broken dreams. Its only cause you play a villain so I can be a HERO.”