Different Bollywood stars ought to have come ahead and dismissed Kangana Ranaut’s slander in opposition to Mumbai, Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut has written in his column ‘Rokhthok’ in celebration mouthpiece Saamana, terming all the episode a ‘conspiracy’ to defame Mumbai.
Taking Akshay Kumar’s title, particularly, the editorial questioned why different Bollywood actors who’ve earned title and fame in Mumbai are silent. “Is Mumbai just for being profitable?” Raut requested mincing no phrases.
Questioning the silence of the Bollywood fraternity, Sanjay Raut in contrast Bollywood with the Pandavas who maintained silence whereas Draupadi was disrobed.
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Commenting on the continued probe into the SSR demise case by Mumbai Police, Kangana Ranaut had in contrast Mumbai/Bollywood with Pak-occupied-Kashmir, which triggered a long-drawn battle between Kangana and Shiv Sena. Kangana alleged that she had obtained threats from Sena leaders after her feedback on Mumbai, following which she was supplied Y-plus safety by the Centre. The day she reached Mumbai from her hometown Manali, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Company razed an allegedly unlawful portion of her Mumbai workplace. The matter has reached the Bombay Excessive Court docket, which stayed the demolition drive. Kangana is scheduled to fulfill Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari on Sunday earlier than she leaves the town.
Whereas the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities of Maharashtra has distanced itself from the continued controversy, Shiv Sena is carrying ahead the battle using on Maratha delight. “Those that come to Mumbai to strive their luck on this trade first keep on the footpath after which shift to Juju, Pali Hill and Malabar Hill to construct their bungalows. All these folks have all the time been grateful to the town and the state which allowed them to chase their desires and make it massive. They’ve by no means betrayed Mumbai however have additionally contributed to the expansion of the town,” Saamana’s Saturday editorial famous.