Without naming Kangana Ranaut, Shiv Sena shrugged off 'Saamana', saying- 'Don't hate crocodiles by staying in the water'

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Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena's dispute does not seem to stop. After the action of BMC in Kangana's office, the actress is constantly targeting the Shiv Sena through social media. At the same time, Shiv Sena is also continuing to attack Kangana in its mouthpiece 'Saamana'. Once again, in the editorial of 'Saamana', Kangana has been hit back.


The Shiv Sena said through its mouthpiece that 'Mumbai is not Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Happy to those who have created this controversy. Mumbai is often in dispute, despite all this, it is prestigious. The Shiv Sena further said that "Tambi" was built in Mumbai under the name of Bollywood and it spread as an industry. Artists of every language are working here today. People coming from outside first live on the pavement here. The fate of many of them shines, after which they build palaces in areas like Juhu, Malabar Hill, and Pali Hill in Mumbai. Please tell me that Kangana's office is located in the Pali Hill area.


The Shiv Sena further said that 'Anyone in Mumbai can come and try their talent here. Today the film industry is giving daily bread to millions of people. Legendary Muslim artists such as Madhubala, Meena Kumari, Dilip Kumar, and Sanjay Khan named themselves Hindus because religion had not penetrated by then. Everyone was known for his acting. In its mouthpiece, the Shiv Sena admitted that there is familism in the film industry, but here it is the one that gets the talent.


In the letter, the party further wrote that 'people associated with the film sector considered Mumbai as their workplace. He has played an important role in making Mumbai. They did not hate the crocodile while living in the water. Staying in a glasshouse himself did not throw stones at the house of others who threw him curse in Mumbai. Underestimating Mumbai means digging a pit for ourselves.

Explain that on September 9, the BMC destroyed the alleged illegal part in Kangana Ranaut's office. Subsequently, the Bombay High Court also ordered a stay on it but by then most of the BMC actress's bungalow had been demolished and damaged valuable property.