Mumbai: After Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray resigned from his post as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra on June 29, Kangana Ranaut took to Instagram to share a video message.
"When evil takes over, destruction is imminent. After that, there is creation. The lotus of life blooms," she wrote a caption in Hindi.
"After 1975, this time is the most significant time for Indian democracy. In 1975, politician JP Narayan had challenged the throne and the thrones had fallen. In 2020, I had said that democracy is a trust. Whoever breaks this trust under the pride of politics, it's certain that their own pride will be crushed. This isn't the power of a specific personality, this is the power of a true character. Hanuman ji is considerd the 12th avatar of Shiv. When Shiv Sena itself bans Hamuman Chalisa, even Shiv cannot save them. Har Har Mahadev. Jai Hind. Jai Maharashtra," she is heard saying in the video.
Earlier in 2020, Kangana had lashed out at Uddhav and called him the 'worst product of nepotism'.
After Uddhav took a jibe at her for criticising Mumbai, she had tweeted, "You should be ashamed of yourself chief minister, being a public servant you are indulging in petty fights, using your power to insult, damage and humiliate people who don't agree with you, you don't deserve the chair you have acquired by playing dirty politics. SHAME."