Mumbai: Wednesday seems to be the D-day for both Kangana Ranaut and the Shiv Sena as the Bollywood actor has dared the ruling party to stop her arriving in Mumbai, if it can. As per recent reports, Kangana has left from her hometown in Himachal Pradesh and is on the way to Maharashtra
Kangana Ranaut Leaves For Mumbai From Manali
The Manikarnika actress will reportedly reach Chandigarh by Wednesday morning from where she will take flight to Mumbai. The actress was spotted in a four-wheeler with her family in Manali in Himachal Pradesh.
Speaking to reporters while leaving her hometown earlier in the day, Kangana said that she did not want to make any remark at the moment and will speak after reaching Mumbai tomorrow.
As the spat between Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut continues to remain on the boil, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday ordered a probe into the allegations that Kangana Ranaut consumed drugs.
The state government ordered an inquiry into the alleged drug nexus based on old interview of her ex-boyfriend Adhyayan Suman. In a video which had gone viral on social media, Adhyayan Suman had claimed that Kangana Ranaut had asked him to consume drugs.
Anil Deshmukh has accused Kangana of being involved with drug pedllers. While speaking to media, Deshmukh said Shekhar Suman’s son Adhyaan Suman while speaking to a media organisation, had said that Kangana used to give him drug which shows he involvement with drug racket.
Deshmukh also said that all these claims will now be probed. Deshmukh also informed that Shiv Sena leaders Sunil Prabhu and Paratap had earlier submitted copies of Adhyayan Suman’s interview to the government and demanded an inquiry.
Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has granted ‘Y’ category security to Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut. She will be given ‘Y’ category security cover before her landing in Mumbai on September 9 as she was in loggerhead with the Maharashtra government and Shiv Sena leader.
It all started after Kangana recently compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), triggering angry reactions from the Maharashtra government and Shiv Sena leaders.