Back in September, Kangana Ranaut and the Maharashtra government were at loggerheads as the actress called the city of dreams perilous and contrasted it with Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir. What followed was a battle of words between the state and actress which gathered responses from all corners. The’s city body in a rush at that point proceeded to destroy Kangana’s office rich space in Bandra referring to ‘wrongdoings’ while the queen was en route to the city.


Actress Kangana Ranaut has now responded to Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar’s comments on her post the Bombay High Court’s ongoing decision for her case against BMC’s action at her office in Mumbai. The Mumbai Mayor using words like ‘Nati, do takke ke sign’ in a press conference post the Bombay HC judgment for the situation and hammered the actress for her POK comment against Mumbai. Presently, Kangana has responded to the video shared by ANI and expressed that Bollywood mafia, Hrithik Roshan and Aaditya Pancholi appear as though ‘kind souls’ to her post the verbally abusing by Maharashtra Government.

Sharing the same, Kangana expressed, “The measure of lawful cases, manhandles, affronts, ridiculing I looked from Maharashtra government in these couple of months make Bollywood mafia and individuals like Aaditya Pancholi and Hrithik Roshan seem like kind soul …. I can’t help thinking about what is it about me that clatter individuals to such an extent.” Yesterday, Kangana had even shared a video where she expressed gratitude toward everybody for their help post the destruction of her office in Mumbai by BMC in September 2020. The actress even expressed gratitude toward the individuals who snickered at her and acted like ‘villains.’

In a video of the Mumbai Mayor shared by ANI, Kishori Pednekar can be seen communicating her feeling on the Bombay HC’s decision for Kangana’s situation against BMC. She stated, “Everybody is amazed that an entertainer who lives in Himachal, comes here and calls our Mumbai PoK… such ‘do takke ke log’ need to make Courts field for political contention, it’s off-base.”