Kangana Ranaut hits back at the Maharashtra government after BMC’s demolition drive; says ‘this is a rape of my dreams, self-esteem and future’ – Eagles Vine

Kangana Ranaut’s Mumbai office was recently razed by the BMC, citing ‘illegal construction’ in their notice to the actress. Sharing pictures of her demolished office, Kangana went on to say that her ‘dreams’ and ‘self-esteem’ were raped.

Sharing the pictures, Kangana wrote, “यें बलात्कार है, मेरे सपनों का, मेरे हौसलों का, मेरे आत्मसम्मान का और मेरे भविष्य का @INCIndia #NationlUnemploymentDay (This is a rape of my dreams, spirits, self-esteem and future).”

She further tweeted that it takes a lifetime to build a house and (BMC) didn’t even thought before putting it on fire. She asked if this is not a rape, then what it is. She wrote, “एक उम्र बीत जाती है घर बनाने में और तुम आह भी नहीं करते बस्तियाँ जलाने में . यह देखो क्या से क्या कर दिया मेरे घर को क्या यह बलात्कार नहीं?”

In another tweet, she mentioned how the BMC made her office into a graveyard. She also said that because of this, a lot of people have lost their jobs. Her tweet read, “मेरे कर्म स्थान को शमशान बना दिया, नजाने कितने लोगों का रोज़गार छीन लिया, एक फ़िल्म यूनिट कई सौ लोगों को रोज़गार देतीं है, एक फ़िल्म रिलीज़ होकर थीयटर से लेकर पॉप्कॉर्न बेचने वाले का घर चलती है, हम सब से रोज़गार छीन के वो लोग आज #NationalUnemploymentDay17Sept मना रहे हैं”

Earlier, in an interview with Times Now, Kangana took a dig at Urmila Matondkar’s acting skills. She also went on to tag Urmila a ‘soft porn star’. She said, “Even Urmila, she is a soft porn star. I know it’s very blatant. But she isn’t known for her acting for sure. What is she known for? For doing soft porn right? If she can get a ticket, why won’t I get a ticket.”

The Times of India

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