Mumbai: Complaint documented against Kangana Ranaut for 'foul language' against Uddhav Thackeray
A protest has been recorded against Bollywood entertainer Kangana Ranaut for utilizing foul language against Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena boss Uddhav Thackeray.
The grumbling at Vikhroli police headquarters in Mumbai has been documented under Section 499 of the Indian Penal Court (IPC). The complainant is Bombay High Court legal counselor Nitin Mane.
"In his protest to police, advocate Nitin Mane said that the entertainer utilized foul dialects against the central clergyman and transferred that video on her Facebook account," said an authority.
As per Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Zone VII, Prashant Kadam, "Subsequent to enlisting an NC, we requested that the complainant approach the court. No FIR was enrolled."
In the interim, while conversing with news organization PTI, Mane said that since the Mumbai Police would not record an FIR against Kangana, he intends to move a court to document a maligning body of evidence against the 33-year-old entertainer for "annoying" the Maharashtra CM.
In the wake of showing up in Mumbai from Himachal Pradesh, Kangana took on the Shiv Sena and Uddhav Thackeray yesterday.
In a video message posted hours after the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) annihilated an aspect of Kangana's office in Bandra West, Kangana tended to Maharashtra Chief Minister.
"'Uddhav Thackeray… aaj mera ghar toota hai, kal tera ghamand tootega," said Kangana in the video.
"Uddhav Thackeray, tujhe kya lagta hai (what do you think)?. You think you have rendered enormous retribution by crushing my home in intrigue with the film mafia. Today my home is crushed, tomorrow it will be your sense of self. This is the wheel of time. Recollect this. It doesn't generally continue as before." said the Queen entertainer.
"Uddhav Thackeray, this cold-bloodedness and psychological warfare, it is acceptable that it transpired on the grounds that there is some importance to it," she included.